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FIRE
iMSURANCE
a/HlTE, SHILES & CO.
ml[*  WESTMINSTER.	
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
I
PRICK FIVE CENTS.
M win RF l800MIN6 ByS1NtSS 1S       iCANADA'S Bl)llDING
���*     u^bibiJ   SOLO TO VANCOUVER HAN
\%{ MIS EVENING1
SHOWS LARGE GAINS
VOLCANO AGAIN
INDIAN SMUGGLERS Iflflf' . Y AppLY
L�� Yea" o�� Wait-
public   Will  Cross
a big time tonight,
Dominion    Trust    Block    Apartments j
Disposed of by Fred Davis for     | $18,000,000 Increase in New
$5,000 to Mr. Johnson.
The Dominion Trust block apartments, goodwill and furniture, were
sold yesterday by W. J, Kerr for
$5,000 to Mr. Johnson, a prominent
Dawson  miner, who  is  satisfied that
tLibVomU\e New NV^v |^7s~g* ^bargala
,tlie    )WiU be aboUafced. Ait , ^ Armstrong, of
und Btrenuoue
Mr. Armstrong, of Vancouver, will
uaage It tor Mr. Johnson.
Many Improvements are contemplated and the house will be thoroughly
*\   m.       ,,\\-r,a,.       \l ikill,-   .        Tit
Ir Dii*^e  _______
'  nf waiting ��� --     ,
e8rB,n this direction   b,   John
I-lvl late member, and  Frank
member, the tolls,
��� by the ��� 	
uui aides of the bridge will i ��� "p'red ~Davls, who secured the
I'T   ESSwill  business   from   John   A.   Lee  a   tew
'   lof the        glull ! months ago,  had  been  In  charge  ol
I e cash reglBiers, apartment8   for   aboul   eighteen
receJved ^ tm  months
��� Delta farmers, will
Structures   in    Dominion
During Last Year.
BELCHING LAVA
Eruption of Aetna Strews
Streets With Ashes and
Cinders- District Deserted
CAPTURED AT SUMAS
Officer     York     Seizes     Horses     and
Whisky���Department of  Customs investigating.
TRI
Consul Abraham E, Smith shows in
the following report that Victoria and
Vancouver have kept up with tlie gen
oral advance of Canadian cities during
the  past year:
         For many years tlie most conserva-
s ��rW uouwui.��fc-1 Uve ,ind perhaps least active city in , *,	
_^    ill be thoroughly ; th   Canadlan xorthwest, the past two \ Ing   vineyard
MDOvatad   as  ths   owner   wishes   to             victoria has developed progress   showing
uiak�� n equal to a flrst class private ************ > ���
Catania .March 30.���A violent eruption of Mount Aetna throughout the
night tilled Catania's streets with
I ashes and cinders to tlie depth of half
a foot. The volcano, twenty miles
away, is spewing volcanic dust over a
greal area to tlie southward, is ruin-
and  orchards  and   is
.,,,���>���   to   celebrate
I tt0t |je lacking. By
1 ��� ;, 0f the department
J - , _   free  after  eight
B-.":..      instead of at twelve
was in first intended.   At
[will be a proces-
,     The mayor and
.   mvited.    F. .1. Mac-
and Thomas  Gilford   will  be
Breworks, the bugle
j.'. brigade    and    other
tic   tilings   will   be
��� in e    -!-' ���'
��� rday thai word wns
[ .    bridge   would   be
o'clock and the commlt-
,    the celebration has
jt .   time  to  make ar-
t, ....       thi   features, but the
\ the move and expect
a g,    ,d   time   tonight-     All
fcttans   ol    New   Westminster,
d   children,   and   the
| their  midst,  are  m-
I ted to attend.
|s     i       ted that any outside
I be   present,   hut   the
T. . will do the honors.
FOOLISH   JOKE.
.Noruiwesi, uie ihi��i  i,y��u ,-���-    ���       ��� h���,,i,,���    ,,r   .m   nn-
years Victoria has developed progress   showing  everyindication  ol   an  ap
[that has astonished old-time, s and the i P���ac     ng  Crts* ^
province  at   huge.    Where  formerl        A ^ / ���      cit    and
the   building   permits   did   net   i each , n     ' >--  ���    "���      ,,���,���,,   hysterical
100  l-r  year,    in   1908  the  ""H^mS     nequentearth tremors ,
granted was 568, and last year reach-  2���^^ :ll,Mll   ,,- the populace and
edB73.   The suburbs-Esqulmalt  Oak   ��* ���    ;     li(���)n;llio!1!;  f,,,���,  the
Bay  and  Saanlch���have also  Bhai ed causing    widespread
the prevailing prosperity. The popula- I mount���ii,    au
fear.
Attempt to Frighten Friend
Boy to Hospital.
Woo,!!.! iii-,., March 30.���A young
lad named Wilcox was removed to the
hospital this morning suffering from
a fractured skull, the result of a blow
on the head administered by another
lad named Slelghtholm.
���< i..     ha
ill .
Fresh craters appeared In the night
thai 35 crateis In tlie
Sends   ",l,!  ��'   Victoria during the last  two
'years Increased from 30,000 to 40,000.
in Greater Victoria the \alue of new
i illdlngs erected   was   {2,016,446   in
1909, and $1,484,740 in 1908, including
general repairs. ___K ''"   ''"��� '"H^^^^^^^M      ^^^^_
A   retrospect of the    progress    of ties are dolni everything In their pow-
thirty Canadian cities during 1909 Is   er to allay alarm.   The assurances o
-   ...,.l..    ^Iumi'uk,     the I
Dominion Officer York last week
surprised two Indians ln tlie act of
smuggling whisky across the border
at Upper Sumas and he took the two
horses used by the smugglers and a
quantity of whisky into custody.
These are being held pending instructions from the customs department al
Ottawa, which lias heen notified of
the  seizure.
Officer York made a neat capture,
The Indians, expecting to have theli
wagon examine.!, had hidden the
whisky in an old stump, intending to
come back fot it later no, Suspecting
thai they were noi out for a pleasure
trip, the officer bid In sum,' bushes
until their return and caught them
wiih the goods on them. The smug
gling of liquor by the Indians Jn
that section is something thai thi au
thorlties  have been  trying  to  stamp
May Try to Restrain Power
Company From Work Till
Case is Settled.
Tilt
^dlodaV.^ProfessoTRrccoesUmateslout  lor some time, bul    they    have
  out    tor   sonic   uui  .    ���
volcano, old and J found ii exceedingly difficult to securi
new, are now active.
The prefect and other civil authorl- j
conviction.
Wilcox
joke   on
thought   tie
Slelghtholm.
would  play
Hiding   in
thirty  Canadian  cities  during  lim'.i  isiei   iu ���...,.���
given in the following table, showing   the authorities that the lavatlc stream
��� ,n,iin,.    nermlts    issued 'probably will bi   diverted calmed the
a
::,;  of  building    permits
with
cityl
Bi Min ��� ������
Brandon ���
Brantford
.$
ADMIRAL ADVISES
klKNINO OF FORCES
culvert   till   ins   friend   was  passing j compave<1
along the road, he crawled up behind
him on his hands and knees, barking
Ike a dog, and snapped at his in els.
It   was   quite   dark   and   Slelghtholm,
thinking it was a dog, turned around   !.', ;,,,J   	
quickly   and   with   an   iron   drill   he   ^monton  ..  ..
had   In   his   hand Struck   Wilcox  over   ^('r""' .'.; ;   	
the   head,   fracturing   the  skull.    The   *or'.  "llllam   "
blow may prove fatal. ���    ���?	
  Hamilton	
Old   Board   Re Elected. Kingston   ...   .
Toronto. March 30.���At the annual  Lethbrldge
meeting today of the Canada  North-   London   ���������   ������
west Lands company the old board of   Medicine  Hat
directors wi .-. re i lei ted. Montreal  ..
Moose Jaw   . . .
Niagara  Falls
Ottawa	
Peterhoro   ..   .
Port Arthur  .
n Prairie
_ Ina   ...   .
St. Thomas  . .
Saskatoon ,   ���
I Sydney   ...   .
Toronto
PRESS UK CHANGES
IN C0NS111AR METHODS |_*
Ir.   t
jateol FiOhtinQ Strength of Eng
UndFraw Essential for Safe-
ird (kga'mrt .it: itious Germany.
Britain's Outside  Representatives Are
Located  in  Wrong   Districts  of
European  Capitals.
Vancouver
Victoria
Windsor .
Winnipeg
1908    	
1909.
278,550  .
350,120
438,886
2,420,462
2,128,166
1,374,700
2,970,365
030,380
1,623,100
452,695
1,268,215
850,134
249,000
7,783,621
1.107.500
su.iiiin
1,627,590
343,849
584,810
196,000
7-14,479
260,000
1,002,906
160,470
18,200,000
.    7,268,565
1 673,420
423.885
.    9,226,325
RAILWAY SURVEYS ARE
RA8TARTED TOWARDS WINNIPEG
365,495
464,180
153.172
5,062,226
430,925
CO.lino
1,794,076
2:;s.ne:
120,000
476,654
236,000
116,625
67,016
11,796,436
r, 950,81
1,130.7 40
207.78U
6,613,700
Total
,$68,601
.Van:. lu   tho  course  of
now    being   pub-
(d, Aiiu.ii.;, >   irnler, commando.
. squadron ol the
res that the time
���  .md Great Brit
aa  ailu     to   strengthen   tneii
\ il offence; franc.
I    i  tui fleet of bat.le"
j ioat8 to liei  already
l and England by Bupple-
|ti0j u nil a great  army
i count,  i ii   admiral adds, is e��
Ual lo I ird   the   future   and
ble France, Great Britain and Rua
lo con I .  tl e forces of the triple
:. i Bl   . . hostiiltiea between the
Ited S ..i.    and Japan occur,  and
(he   tactics  of   Gel
(iy un a world war.
t Interesting  statements
U . uiei   is   his  asseition
tuse for Germany's nag-
;  Morocco was Em-
(iara's ^^^
resentment  at   the
to secure a plac��
iternutlonal  commission  oi
\ eclded the dispute be-
i ritaln and Russia grow-
actlon <d the Russian
. in Bring on the Cana-
fleet   oil   Hull,   under
alleged,   that   they
1 tori edo boats.
���  ,  whL     .
imlsslon, says that tin .
though   wilhoiil   Justtfl-
l :asse, then French
, blocked his majesty'i
^s*******
London, March 30.���Adoption by
England of the methods of the l'nited
States consular service is hoing vehemently iimed by the press. The topic
jumped Into notice in a discussion of
the recent meeting of the British
chambers of commerce, and thc eon- '
troversy has not subsided now that
the meet iii!-  is over.
"The consular representative of
Great Britain In Germany," says the
Pall Mall Gazette's Berlin correspondent, in discussing the matter. "is
looked upon as a disgrace to the
greatest trading country in the world.
For years we exported more goods to
this country than any competitor.
Last year tbe place of honor was
lost to the l'nited States.
"In Berlin the British consulate is
not situated in the business quarter at
all. but In the heart of the diplomatic
circles. The American consulate is
in Fredrlchstrasse. the business center of Berlin. American consulates
in Germany are organized on the most
modern lines. British trade is being
Istarved to death owing to   the   fact
WHITES ARE IN DANGER.
Liverpool, March 30.���Advices received here state that the fighting be-
twei ii the natives and Liherian troops
at Cape Palmas, Liberia, continues
and grows more serious. Rev, Mr.
Speare, a native pastor at the mission
. in Cape Palmas. has heen shot and
lulled and the lives of the white residents are said to he in danger.
The  hostile  natives appear to be
getting   the   hotter   of   the   troops,
whose excesses when they were
to  stop   the   native  trade  in   F
territory, caused the outbreak,
Georgetown Annexed.
Seattle,   Va'-cli   30.���The   consolidation of Georgetown with its 7.000 in
habitants with the city of Seattle will
be im "io I  lu eugh before April
Winn the  federal  census takln
the  decade  ending  this  yeat
L1WI11J5    ,,.t  ���  .
ssued probably will bi diverted calmed the
more intelligent of the people, bul
1908, ! thousands of peasants pass through
121,3601 the ash-strewn streets, praying to
291,864 ��� the virgin to save them from death.
2S9>5r. . Vegetation Choked.
837,100 j     The heavy coat of ashes has choked
2,54l��.87t   all vegetation for miles and the coun-
250,000 j try lias taken on a desolate appear-
1,560,835 ; anee.    The Impalpable dust from the
838.72.".  craters fills the air to such an extent
1,394,357   that   breathing  is  unpleasant.
170.0011      ;\n indication of the increasing violence of the eruption  was the issuance   of   orders    to.lay     withdrawing
troops from their stations nearest the
mountain.    The   former danger  zone
Is deserted by every living creature.
Government   engineers  are  digging
ditches and building dams to stop the
main lava stream wliich lias an average depth of twelve feet and a very-
ing breadth of 600 to loon feet.
A population of about 500,000 Is affected by the eruption, which now
promises to he the greatest of modern
times.
A freakish feature of the eruption
is tlie sparing of the pretty village
of Nlcolosi on the southern slope. The
town is shut in by foothills, which
averted the lava and mountain air
currents carried the showers of ashes
over the village. Nicolosl. however,
is abandoned temporarily by its Inhabitants
Winnipeg,    March    30,���A    special
from  Minneapolis BayB:    "For some
.time   ii    lias   heen    known    that    the
Chicago,  Milwaukee &   St,  Paul railroad intended building Into Winnipeg,
A survey has now heen run from Harlem,   in   Sargent   county,    to    Valley
City, in  Barnes county, crossing the
w-estern   Boctlon   of   Ransom   countj
about touching Fort Ransom.   Whether  the   company,   when   it   huilils   to
Winnipeg, will  go north  from  Valley
Citj   or  from   Fargo  is  the  question
many  are  trying  to  solve  hut   it   is
generally   believed  that the line will
run  from Valley City."
:  council   and   the  city   solicitor
have not yet decided whal action they
will take in the Coquitlam Dam case
Blnce   receiving   word   from   Ottawa
iai a fiat had been issued.   Tb<  Vancouver Power company  is going ahead
with the work as if nothing had happened,  and   if  the  city   la   going  to
proceed   with   the  case-^-and   Mayor
Lee has announced several times that
ii will���lt is probable thai an Injunction  will  be applied for to restrain
the power  companj   from  doing  further  work  at   Lake  Coquitlam   until
the case is finall)   BettleJ.
When asked about this last  night,
Mayor Lee said that the council had
not had time to consider what action
1 :,i,   would  lake,    'i lu   matter  was
being  taken  up with thi   citj   solicitor aud   whether an  injunction would
be applied for or not was a question
depending on several tiiin.es  li would
depend mainly on the length of tune
that  will  elapse before  the case is
broughl   up  in  the  exchequer  court.
!i it is coming up soon, then the work
done   by   the   Vancouver   Power   company in the meantime will not make
any serious difference, but if it is a
mailer of months, then the power com-
��� pany  should  he restrained from doing
'further work until there is no longer
any  dispute about  the ownership ol
the land.
RAILROAD INCREASES
WAGES OF tMPIMES
,821 $42,677,439
ATTEMPT TO BLACKMAIL
IN GREAT WATERWAYS CASE
One cf the Incorporator, of Railway
Company Bouflht to Obtain
$250000  From  Cornwall.
. bo'.e
Edmonton,   Mai '1   30.   'i he
1 blstoi ������   ol   ..I al   was   1 i.i ii all    nn
. . . .
attempt by Alfrc 1 1 law< 1, oi T<   1    ' >
_______ lone of the Incorporators of the Aiha-
^^m_���__-
nmmimmi.* c~ i r\m^A ihasca Railway company, : i blackmail
Geologist  Found   Dead. .    ,.    ,, ,,    . ���   ,    ,,
,        ,, .1.   K.   Cornwall,  in   which   Hawes  de-
Gunnison, Col., March 30.-Preparw-  manded   ,mm  Comwall   ?250,000  tor
ions are being made today for the  tu    produotloI1 ol certaln documents
funera  ol Professor ll. K. Hallowell,   ,_   M    poBSe8Blon  relatlng  ,��� proflt8
one ol   he best k,,,w��� geologists ol  tn ,,���  n|il(k, fmia lhl> ,H���uls ,������ tlu,
the west, whose dead body was found  rallway ������,���,.,���,. and  whid, attempt iKapms �� .���.., 	
v .was.  in  the opinion  ,.f  O.  M.   Blggar, ' Philadelphia &   Norfolk railroad
solicitor     for     Cornwall. play   to ^^^^^^^^_i ���
stampede the legislature against  the
government al tho most critical pe I id
Waterways
Advance  of  Six  Per cent.  Will  Swell
Pay of 195.000 Men���Costs Company $IO,0Cu,0O0.
Philadelphia. March  30,���It  was announced  today  thai  the  hoards ol  directors  of  all  the  railroads comprising tlie  Pennsylvania  railroad System
have ordered a  voluntary advance of
si\ pet  cent,   in   the   wages  of  permanent   employees who now  receive
less than $100 a month.   This will af-
fect   196,000 ni"ii and involves an addition of ahout $10,000,000 to the payrolls of the companies.    This is tho
third   general   voluntary   increase   in
wages   grunted   hy   the   Peimsyh aula
railroad  in  tlie last eight   years.
The increase affects the following
lines: Pennsylvania road lines east,
Cumberland Valley railroad, Pennsylvania company's lines west. Grand
Rapids & Indiana railroad. New Vork,
yesteijPiy   afternoon   by   a   party  of
rc'urs   two   miles  north  of   h n
li N believed 1> wandered away while '
his mind whs temporarily clouded.
COMING   HERE.
sent
rench
OFT REPORTED   DEATH
OF   MENELIK   CONFIRMED
in   the Great
discussion
I     London,   March   Ho.-���The   death   of
King Menelik, of Abyssinia, occured
,111st   Sunday,  according to a  despatch
received here today from Addis Ah -ha
in the house, was unearthed yesterday
afternoon In the Waterways investigation.
After George B. Kenwood, ol Edmonton, the solicitor who acted for
llawes as agalnsl Cornwall, had refused on the stall.I to divulne the do-
16
foi
will be
received here today from Addis ADeDa, i[ ,...,t  ,,,,  ,,.,.
capital of the Ethiopian kingdom. The   );i'lls ���f Uu> negotiations or the details
despatch   conllnns   the   Dnited   Press   ���r   tlll,   documents  which   llawes   had
[cable Of last  Monday, which said that   ,���   his   possession   and   for   which   he
��� '������ "  -onnrted dead.   Ac-  ,,., |  demanded his price, o. m. Big-
the homo government
Ive a su
.Me the   Brll
(Indent  sum 0
f mom
Igh  consular
will not
A-   tO   Otl-
,'vice  to
���u
ted  as
it   should  be.
i  federal  census  >.>i.u.h  . - .enhte oi him ���.���.,,.���
ile  ending  this   year  Will   be   Menelik bad been reported dead.    Ac- |,ad   .:,   ,,,,,  ,.
started.   Georgetown, which has been  cording lo the despatch received here pn._ 0n the reqtesl oi' V K. Cornwall
completely Burrounded by greater Sc-  an official announcement of Menellk's ,V(M',( ,���, {Ul stand nnd told the whole
uie for Blme time, yesterday voted |death   was   withheld   until   today   so ,,|,���y   tl,   _$  C0B
-   ���.'- v., ��� majority of   thai   Regent   Bus Tesamn  might  pre- ' ���   .
pare to repulse an attack i>v troops
to annex to
Seattle by
161.   Annexa
lection
Lion was
talk
it'
touted In
an
,,���.v   to  the "commission,    He  toW
{^ liawes  had. through Henwood.
(Continued on Page Four).
who   was   pr< ll-
,f the empress.
tition for
Design
Juried First Prize - ^Zy'JcolunLbian Hospital Builds
Kamloops Government Employee Resigns and Will Live In City.
1>. .1. Mcl���.nald. who recently 10-
Blgned from the position of assistant
crown timber agent al Kamloops after thirteen years' service, was in
tlie city yesterday Investigating conditions here, ii hiing his intention to
remove to Westminster in the near
future, after Mr.. McDonald and I im-
llv return from a trip they are now
onjoj ing iii Europe.
As a painstaking and efficient ser-
\iini ot the government. Mr. McDonald   has   made   a   liosi    of   frieinls   ill
the district In wliich he was stationed;
ids reputation tor fair dealing being
recognized as well deserved by everyone with whom he came iu contact.
i,e has not yet decided whal line uf
business he will embark in once he
settles in  this city.
i    :
/v-cw W. STMIN5TER
1
;
B-C
j StlMS   " "
11 Statu***'
4V*.rtra  UK*" '���'
ABOUT  FIFTY KILLED.
[fain   D.sr
sregards    Danger    Signals���
!D     itroui Collision  Follows,
im Rheir,  March 30.���The
nan  Lloyd  express  train
'''���>> I!     burg  and   Bremen   and  Ge-
*fan pa | dangi t signals today and
insln.,1 into the rear of a train tilled
j"'1 ��ol Hera who wen' returning to
FM !    K    following    their    Baiter
fttv��.
1 ir�� ot the latter train  were
,   i    . -.  t _        -   *.*. _      i fiacu
.-���..
I'd nnd many  of the soldiers
Pour
P?lf.<
pwe kill
^n
lt0
Mio
!*>��� to Itaty
The
Nun
i
 -'���=��=^S-
3     ���'    '    '
\
i    i   mm   many   oi   ine   iimuw
re kllh d outright or injur*!.
Vo,1�� of  the   Qaasengers   of   ti
etnsr  npissa  weri   harmed ai
'.' ronttinied  tietT  w'.h��dul��l  1"':
ho
and
��� at,   m-Ji��iaI��l Jour-
The accompanying cut shows the
plans for the now hospital building,
Which has- been awarded the first
prize by the assessor, K. M. Ration-
bury, of Victoria, to 8, It. Birds, A.H
I.   ii.  A.,   In   association   with   "   "
The plans
fine bulldlnt,       ,__
"Sck nnd a stone fOU
I stone trimmings,   rtai
. concrete "<m��
i       --~ ;
rnoHTUtw      ���' tti ipltali, omoe bbu ������ ---T-.T-���_._
_^sg^ar*Jssw?Hfi
rinlshod    In  Vaneouxoi,   thr^ m^^ _^ Qf |20Q
���ALPHABET" RIOTS ARE
RAGING   IN   CONSTAMTI*::r,LE
Constantinople, March 80. Several
set ions "alphabet" riots were reported to have occurred iii Albania today,
during which a mnnlier of pel sous
were seriously Injured, according to
the  despatches.
The   riots   today   are   but   an   out-
growl h   of   friction   Which   has   developed hetween the more modern Turkish business mon who me attempting
to facilitate Correspondence hetween
the   Occident   and   Turkey    hy     the
abandonment of the Arabic in favor
of the Latin alphabet and the Hodlae
and religious teachers, who fear that
^  the introduction of the LatlD charac
ters would result in the subversion ot
pilnls,  ollice  and club  buildings,  fnc-   the true faith.
.ii.,.,,,.   nubile  swim-        Every   since   the   National   assocla-
K.
��� !i   b   A.,  in   associ.u -
wet   number   of   casualties . \..'���lmovc of Vancouver, b., u.
*.-:���* the soldiers Is not known hut   ^^^port to the hoKl.lt" IW   J
I11 '��� reported to he about fifty. | utSuS*^^ JTSSmS
^^^___ of pl��ns submitted were_o^. MiollBll
Bob Ed
dwards Committed for Trial.
i*Vl!'"'''":   Man
l*��rds. edit,.
i ^,0.���Robert C. Kd
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Btone  iri""1""0":,     ,   ...oered  wn" .a.      - ...   haadauartere  whib
Pioof  c >rete ftojj.  eijerj^ *gg��}*&^.WrtprUeof $200
double-dressed n^'"^., Mment, ^������*2��? to  H.  8. Griffltbs,  of
,,flne wax I'"""'1' 'V. " wll�����   and   JA��   '^,1,1   Victoria.     Mr.   Grit-
i tbe ��_��.����� 1* rounded exter; >-.   	
isiw-a-'sss
tt(llU. -***���*.***���      \Jl       |M1I'I I ;>ll l ll r^      -��� I    - .
,,,, l   '  newepaper  containing  ob-leapita
,1,,' "|:"'"'      At   the conclusion
... .. '''""ilnatlon    of    witnesses
WCl> was committed for trial.
il  half   million   dollars.
.1   i       nn-   and   1908  he  wns   es
iml   to  them   whlc arrangement     Jhe  dr. "!ln^M,ng_ to ��������;,rt     ^gned and erected more than 120  . -55^555, ^ P��g�� l��lve.)
_\&*i%J^ muw"comP"""8
���,,���,,,-or of ,he Kye-Opener, ap-   him great      �������'. " ���n��   submitted   Will W
\   L:"'1   n th.   police court  this morn-   board on  having ^       ���        Uu,m  ft   of the war as-
|ln��,��n the charge of publishing and ! to  them   which
Hon was formed to push the movement for a Latin alphabet, disorders
have heen reported.
Meteor Scares Indians.
Missoula, Mont., March 30.���Indians
on the Flathead reservation are still
In a state of terror today because of
the falling ot a meteor near Ravalli
lust night. The brilliant celestial visitor flashed through the sky and
struck Ihe earth with such force that
lights were extinguished ln towns
from Dixon to Arlee and the Indians
on the reservation were thrown Into
a state of superstitious fear by the
awesome spectacle.
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THUR8DA ., MAI
1510,
CbsslfieUdvertisenieDt^ ROCKEFELLER 10
WA'��TED.
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GIVE $250,000,000
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-::. .ant of Proposed Found-
New Advertisements IONS Of CHICLE        CANADA BEGINS
WAR 01 n|
V/ILSCV COOK &. CO.
0"ce in Northern C'c.- Bsnw.
P-;r,e 64..
Ope.'  E.e- '.s ���'-.- Y:-- B'.n-:.
BRES AG & CO.
Ge-e-=   Broken
EXCLUS VE   SALES   ONL\
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CHEWED IN GUM
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BURREV1      3_-?EY:      SURREY:
If yc-   i e   - ereoted   -  Surrey acre-
id be pleased 1    nav*
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British Honduras.
. propert)     with    waterfront-
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EXCLUSIVE  SALES ONLY.
= . . .    :    ,,,, ... 5.-s  ��.. -.   b eg.
:      e>   ": umbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 686,
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FOR  SALE. 1 he world'   del ��� of dm
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of section ll     ownshlp 2
jh; balance 6,12  18,21
36  dlonths  a-.   5   ;
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FOR ���    1      INTY   CORDfi
- d     Appl ���' S   J.  Si v.!  Office
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
APPL
TO    REST���ROOMS
treet
ncerning    tbe    great    Rockefeller
foundation iraa made today ' j  S"������.-.-
irphy, tbe perBonal legal adviser
of John I).  Rockefe!        ind the man
��� . > working out  the   ��� :.'. ]<������:���
tive    ��� ��� iu   oi   foundation.    This
- ''-:.  v   .���     :. ���   nal ex
it    ro bast]   move on the part
SURREY���The   south    half   of   block
:     .:.'A.Li   80   aci es   a-   >.'. -
per acre;   facing on  Cl
and Townline roa'i.-,   ii 00      -���     li
utterance      - and '������ :-(-a.'s.
LANGLEY���$50 per acre buys 80
.--- of good iand known as the
north half of the southeast quarter
of sect! n 35, township 10. G
Northern runs through this propel ':-     Tl is Is a fine buy.
TO   RENT ���LARGE   FRON1    BED-
��� ""-���-''  '-���'���   B I '      Ap-   i ���������  . .-. feiii i j]     ������ ,-p),v
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$130  per  acre  buys 20  acres of  good
land   with  enough  pii<.-;  on 1
.    of it.    'i n the
S    tl    lad and ;-io.-ie in.
$150 per acre buys 10 acres known as
Lot 11 in the noi tLv.. ol
:.  19, Township 2, Su
1       oi   S.V/.   J  Sec. 22, Tp.  2, Surrey:
on Ne'
p.     icre.
$60   per   acre   buys   75   aces   in   Sec-
ey.    The Grea    !
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n  acre  buys  140  acres  cf  good
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A.  G.   MARSHALL,
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'40 acres,  with waterfront    Sunbury.
I tei ins.
One   acre ..  -
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^40  feet   waterfront,    three    minutes
: Idge     (50 , ���    foot.
'Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Pho^e  F507
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  IS 17.
CAPITAL |14,.0U,00O.0C
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada    ind
Newfoundland, and in   London,   ..-
land, New York. Chicago and Spokani
; L". S. A., aad Mexico City.    A g.
banking .        .
\ ters of Cr. I     Issued     a callable  with
, corresj in    all  parts of    th��
world.
8avii ... i ���    ��� ���
Ived  in  bui        '   ''
md In'- ���    ��� ��� |   ii ?, per cen .
annum  (pre  -nt rate-)
.   tn    '��� -    ta    . ���-  1168,0001    I
riaV-X    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Q   D   BRYMNER   Managi ���
New Orleans, March 20.���1. R
..-ived   -.ere  from
.:��� nd iras,   will Dnd . ��� .
iccordlng  to  Mr.  By,-.-     i       -.    :.      een
ggest I '���  ��� '      t of the I oi Inion  wl ���
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you  reach �� a ...
Mr. Boatman  is  an  American, and i i;.   �� .-  -   ...
���tJr   [s in  I -   ":   exporting J rates, and.    rte
I  chicle    Most of  tbe  the eoiditio.-.i.
mahogany  and  practically  all of  the   missloner   to   C
chicle they turn out down there o mee   ported:  "H is  ..
to the  L'nited  Slates. :.  .
"Last year this country cbewi        ,
I conie
lug   . .: .     ��� according IGreat Britain a
���   a    -i_inal!y fetch-   New  'i      . .
substitute for
rubber.
nd by j tion would
i-  the 1
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It is tap] '      > -   '
chages, ���.    ...
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colony,  or  Bomething    like    -"     50 of combii
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ents Interior, but tbe English  hance pri ���
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EIGHTY CENT GAS IN                         long absorbed |
NEW YORK   PROFITABLE    ^:������'*���*   and   Pro
  v.-isy.
New York. March 29.���Eighty-cent
.as in New York City Beems to have
been  profitable during the lasl  year
to the gas companies, according to a
statement just issued by the public
service commission
NEW   YORK   JANITORS
WANT   BARS PUT UFJ
New  York,   M - ���:. 33M
dred apartment ���       ���=
Despite the gloomy  prediction,  ol   '"    v1'^"' \\
th.       -  men  when   h< irts  com-  Clty- have nresem I
board   of   aldt:; 'I
ordinance! be p - "I
: them to reduce tb. ir p
tidated Gas companj  ap] ears to ���
���ion of janitor. \
than il did in 191 -
WORTHY  LEADERSHIP.
after a careful 1 1     ��� -"
.;. ���;. wants lie ��� - '  '3e
In New York.
"The Janitor's   I _*
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Michael   Brown,  pn   ' ' '
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The   Times   on   Canadian   Statesman
ship  of Today.
Lo " irch   29.���Referring    to j, nlre the
th.   better fli I
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.. pe ��������� ��������� ' ���
the possibility of a I
C md the United State      The
1 I of C    adian
statesi durii
wi eks   oi   1 umoi   and   Buspei
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left   it  by an  eai Her   time     Canada     ���   , ad 1
Ip in coi
M'lii   with   tbe  tarlfl   question
thai .  and   the   wboli        ,. f  the
Id I  ' ; 1  ! er pi chai
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B near 1
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I.    e   foi    ;.      ; lonth.    II    I
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l irnbla Street,
FOR RENT- HOUSE AND 4 LOTS
in Burnaby, near '.-ar Un., 5 rooma
ar.'i bath room, pantry, etc Rents
t''r $12 pei month. .May lease for
6 months if tennent suits.
TO   RENT    ROOM   SUITABLE   FOR
gentleman.     Apply 206 Carnarvon
rcet.
���400 per acre buys 9 acres facing  on
'     ' Hjorth   road   In   sectioi
Yale road, .Sm rey.
"-�������* .   l-r,'^,  J3U.-.Z.
. mds."
BERLIN   OF  THE   FUTURE.
1160   acres   of   Section  7,   Langley;   50
acres cleared;    $19, ;    1-3 cash,
balance 1, 2 and 3 yeai 8.
29.- Far    reaching ��� $350 buys 3 large lots in Burnaby; all
I''-"- II 1 '���   the future are ;    facing city car line; also a comer;
1  1    attention   of  German     one-half cash.
municipal  experts.    11   the    author's
IO     LET   COMFORTABLE    ROOM
foi  en.  or ' wo ii die    clos.  to 1   1
I lamllto.    111 ������ '   city.
^^^  ���-'/,"��"��H!��^ie.
Di^by Electric Wcrks
calculations are right the kaiser's capl- $225 each buys four large lots two
tal before the end of the century wlil j blocks from r.-ily car line in Burna-
be an Ideal city with a population ol      by; near Tenth avenue, city.   One-
U .'"���'!,   within   an  are,-,   having  a     quarter cash; balance to arrange.
mean   dlametei   of  thirty  kilometers  	
(eighteen miles). Tim city will be $350 Per acre ror nlne acres off the
made to ordei and systematically laid ' North road on tbe Clarke road in
out in accordance with plana adopted Coquitlam; one-fourth cash; easy
years In advance, prescribing the lo-, 1 terms on balance,
cation ol r. eld. mc and industrial district thi Ites ol paiks and the
routes ol  trani portation  lines.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone  F007
Acreage   and   half   acres;   near   Ham.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
$350  an
acre
will  buy
three  acres
of
good g
inkm  land suit
ible
for
chi
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on corner
of
1 wo
mam
toads;
I.ul
u Island.
TKELL
Five   and   two  acre   blocks  and
oils.    Easy  terms.
CU I- i  	
$2,000 CASH handles 10 acres of land
all   cleared   with   over   $jl.0(iii  worth
or Improvements, having 270 te. 1 of
waterfrontage; situated on main
channel of the Fraser river, close
to Great Northern railway.
$150 will handle 2 1-2 acres, Including
 .     house and barn; running spring on
135 City Lots, scoii Road station, j property; located on Pitl river
$160, third cash, balance 6, 12, and ro;icl W0Ht * Fraser rive,- mills;
is months, on ''''"' "'"' KI||V,'y to mill..
..    . ,    'A   Real   Snap ��� Good   till   Thursday.
15  Acre  farm;   well  stocked  und   In,    $us per acre buys 20 acres of good
The man who wires your house places
everything electrically at your command. So place your orders with
iih at once.
Columbia   St. Opp.   Tram  Office
Phone  No.  30.
rood   cultivation;    with   furniture
ami equipment.   Easy terms.
120 Acres;   $_oo per acre;  close
Good terms.
land   on   Scoti   load,   and   close   in.
This   lias   $1500   worth   of   timher
��� 1    on lt.
15  Acres;   ail   under  crop;   6  cows
S.W. '/^section 25, Surrey; $125 per
acre; terms. Yale road runs right
Hi rough this property,
horses and equipment;  $5000;  $liuui)   Langley;   160 acres of good  land hav-
i mm & co.
GENERAL  AGENTS
Gasoline  Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall  and  I avcry  Block
cash, remainder <m terms
132   Feet   on   Columbia   street,   New
ing   2,000,000   feet   ol'   good   cedar:
near auwmllls;   $40 per acre.
Westminster;   excellent,  view;   dou-   L*n_teyj   1   1-2  miles  of  water  front
hie corner, with resldenci
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double collier; $100 ciibIi, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
the bridge; $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507 |
South Westminster. '
With 147 acres of good land on River road; the Canadian Northern will
pass through this property; $90 per
acre.
$40 an acre buys 160 acres of good
farming land in Surrey, one mile
from tram line. This is suitable to
subdivide.
240 acres subdivided into 5-acre blocks.
Each block has a frontage on a 66ft.
road. Price $100 per acre, $100 cash,
balance spread over 4 years.   -   -   -   -
NOTE: A $3000 structure is o be built
close to the above. The G. N. Ry.,
Cloverdale branch, runs thro igh corner
of property.        -       -   ���    -       -
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Phone 515
Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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WESTMINSTER VIEW"
$200 Each
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BSSSSESSe*
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Have you bought a lot in "Westminster View?"   If not you have made a great
mistake.   These lots are re-selling at 100 per cent, advance.
There is no surer way to make money than buying a bunch of these lots.    But
you will have to hurry.   They are going fast.
In a few months  "Westminster View"  will be the scene of big building
activity, the laying out of beautiful homes.
Don't Delay in This, But Come
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Over Merchants Bank, cor. Columbia and Begbie Streets
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THURSO;
The Daily News mmm %$% 0f     SAPPEHTON IMPRESSES
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wltl   tl ������ d< ��� ded change of public fi 11-
icrli        towai       hi
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Is i e of a< hl<  ement.
Tin ��� .<   othei  aopecl  of thl
' agn emenl   which  la  worthy ol
note      Viewing   this   In   conjunction
wll ��� .- ��� clal  treaties recent-
I        ncludod wl      i ranee  and  Qer-
mai erves to prove thai the day
ol ���;'��������� tarifl li aboul to bi come
a thing of the pai t. Ii ha alreadj
i" emarketl thai the Pa; ne Aldrlch
Is Hi" In ��� ( ��� -ii ue protectlonli I
n < ��� ire thai will ever be passed by
co ������ . Curl ;i !;��� all the clrcum
es "I Hi' pre ��� nl seem to polni
to 1 Is i oncluslon, Generally II may
be ' ild thai the commercial nations
ni lie globe recognize thai unit) ol
in'1 n wi:- is the wisest and besl policy.
There can be no stronger guarantee
for the peace ol the world than the
will'- observance of bo excellent a
principle. Over the wide ocean spei I
the richly laden argosies of every
groal nation, to which al this daj
commerce Is the very essential ol
existence and the fountain of prosperity, All are equally and mutually
concerned In the maintenance of a
dear sea way and noi one will venture io Imperil Its own commerce by
doing aught thai mlghl precipitate a
<i;ihiis  Imlll.
DESCENDANT OF MONTCALM
HELD  FOR   GRAND  LARCENY
Now York, March 20. ��� Paul De
Montcalm, mhIiI to be the lasl living
desci ndanl or <!< neral tJe Montcalm,
bero ni' Quebec, was held In $1,000
bail in police courl here today on a
charge of .mud larceny. He is ac-
ciihi ii of stuaiin,'; fl silk Bhawl and .
pair of opera glasses. Lately he had
bei d urn kin. in Brooklyn as a stenographer.   He is twenty-six years old.
��� .' inder
threat of suit 1
���-.'���-       - to  |
He told  I    r Con I   d re-
preposti
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flrsl       .     ��� taken in the I
on the Great Wat< tioi
gar told furthi - ested
I nee this was
were  noi     ny  1        I      ng,  It
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to an atten
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to float the bond . ol tbe Athal i .
company on the London ma
ited on examination by
������ tbat be had rea Ived the docu-
mi nl from Haw<..' solicitors In Tc-
ro o, and thai he ha I returned thei i
without making an> copies, ha1 on
croHs-i itlun 1        cK< nzle,  ��ho
i . retalm d bj Coi nwall, Henwood ��� ������
miit.'il thai bis clerk had taken a
copy ol the documents but thai these
had bi ��� n del troj ed when I lie i i ���
Inals were rei ui ned to Toronto on In-
gti uctlonn from Hawes, He Bald he
had tbe copy made for liis own protection, but whal he meant b) this
In: did noi Bay.
'..     .I  stated  thai  be knew ol  no
attempl  on the pai I  ol  any member .
of the legislature or government to
j"-i the papers from Hawes,
Boj le, leader ol the Insui genl    wi a
on the stand this afternoon and re- :
tusi il to deliver up any of the docu- '
menta he had In his possession Bave
' n<   oi  two letters be had handed to i
Walsh that morning.   Boyle said most !
of tin; documents were letters of Instruction   in   Bennetl   where   to  gel
Information to be broughl oui as evidence, and  he did  noi  pui pose that I
the hands of the Insurgents in- shown
ai  this stage.    Bennetl   had  the pa- <
pers in his possession now.    He was
uplu id to a certain extent t>y tho com-
;. ll : ion.
The governmenl counsel pressed
Boyle to produce any letters he had
from members in Ottawa regarding
the situation, lt evidently being their
play to show up the attack on the
Great Wain ways as a political play
throughout. Boyle said be had one
letter trom Whjte, the member for
Victoria,   but,   this   had   boon   lost   or
stolon. The examination for discovery,
so far as all witnesses wlio aro pres-
oni aro concerned, is over and the
commission has adjourned until April
thirteenth,
Tho heads of all departments have
sworn now that ail documents they !
have any knowledge of bearing on the
[matter of tho Investigation arc in the
hands of the commission, save Woods,
who told of the personal lot tor from !
Mlnty  to himself  which  he  had  re-
moved from his liios and destroyed,.
ami the missing telegrams which noi-i
ther be nor his officials could explain.
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New Dress
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D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KCDAKS
AND  SUPPLIES.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
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Hail   Braids,   :���;��� ;'-    P
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Furbans,   Braid   Pins   t
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RESIGNATIONS   DEMANDED.
Victoria    City    Council    W.ints    New
Medical   Health  Officer.
Victoria, March 30.���After a   ��� I
. . onucil re-
Dr.  Her-
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;' itively me 11
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will di      ��� i to the
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NEV;   WESTMIN
Telephone 13.
TER.
Office.
B.   C.
Eigl^tn   S-
THE  MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
aro   prepared   by exp . I
i   i    ���      ��� li        t and
nitarj    kifchen   In   I
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4
Timely Arrival ��f
New Waists
ollectlon of charmli -   creati ma  this
li maki s ll more difficult to ��� with   sm h
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Rentals, Real Estate
and  Farm Produce
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Noveltie
I le of   the linos   we  ��� arrj
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Cloths. Canvas. Cable Net., etc
wide
varleti.    From 25c
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Phone-Office 304, House A611
767 Columbia Street New Westminster-, B. C.
8 Full r e Lots
In Burnaby, beside cannery, all cleared,  price
$2250, 1-3 cash, balance 6,  12 and  18 months.
2 Lots on Edinburgh Street
near 12th street, all cleared, $1250 for the two,
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
7 Roomed House and Two
Full Size Lots
for $2800,  on easy terms, close to car line.
6 Room Modern House
on 5th avenue, price $2350, $60q cash, balance
to arrange.
5 Room Cottage
on 6th avenue, lot all cleared, price $1700, on
very easy terms.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL  HOPE, C. A. C.
And   .it   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver,  B. C.     Phone
3650
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Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE K1VE.
ORTING NEWS
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CURTAIL B4CS TALK
ls:e
nmy
Rules
Ci!f:'!Li
Meet   with   Favor   of
Schedule to Be
SPORT   NOTES.
There is no < hance for New Westminster  to  land   i itzgerald,  i lie  To-
' renin home fl ider. rJ lie T to Tele-
Igrant says 1'ii/. Is a( his happy hope
In St. Kills, and when lie comes wesl
it will Im with Jimmy Murphy's out-
lit to help p . l< the Minto cup ba ���,.
in Ontai lo.
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Drawn Up Tr
is Week.
... .,,,,-, i    ord, of tlie Sal-
| ed thai  the ref-
ham more power on
He  thinks  that
I, ^ proposed will
Of   the  hack  talk
remarks   which
:1��� are not  passed
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Members of the Westminster interim dl te b iseball team are > equested
tn ni tend a practice at 6:30 tonight,
The following players are requested
i to   dl r<>\ i r   i In im i. i\ es:     Uilodeau
Smith,   Sim lair,   Howard,   Fitzj erald
I Wright,   Ballard,   MoPhall,   Fli
Wllkie, Sharpe and auy others  with
(the baseball fever,
mi   W]    "
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are not  .
The referee prob-
of the big draw-
,. on  the coast, ll
Ible  to  Becure
In hi  In  Vancouver
.., re  no  changes
I. factory to
tl    .     Al   Bl    '
, 21-day residence
loned in favor of
this  is  noi   the
regulation   Is
The lockets pul up for competil I in
in' wei n amateur lai i oi si teams al
the agricultural exhibition lai i fall,
and wen by ihe Westminster amateurs by default. h&\ e bei n handed
over by Manai i r W. ll. Keat j to Sid |
Malcolmson,  i ent  of  the   club
who will distribute the trinkets to thi
boys.
cash down buys the best business property    on    Begbie   street;    close    to
Columbia, main street.    Balance very easy.
$500
cash down handles a 12 room modern fine
y���- v w double house, located at centre of city,
close to 6th street, rents at $:i0 per month.   Price
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$2900.
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o remove them
i ,:��� decisions aie
I anded oui for
e schedule, which
���  important to be
rred   '"  ���>   euiii-
���   of   Mi ssrs,  Jones,
i ; ,.ui.    This corn-
some time this
up the schedule for
|UDA TO MEET
BELLINGHAM   BOY  ON   MAT
.  .  in in' i ntlve to the bo;     to i
hns;. and f i an Intel inedi ite I
ball   li ague  In  this  i Ity, the  spl    i
swiu: ��� I  that   there
a  cup  up im compi tltlon ln
nn Intel im ii, :i' li ague n hlch has
been claimant for nei
two j ears, 'l lie silvei wai e Is now In
the care ol \V, R. Sin. lair, who is
anxious to be n red ol lie ri ponsi-
blllty   by   the   end e   b   leball
"ii.
KSe3R3BBEJSESE^K^SC^TH5Taa
ttle 30.���M,    Matsuda,
catch-can   wrestler,
II len .the Bellingham,
i������ i in this city tor
:,'��� time next month.
bi "ii definitely fixed
ive   signiii- i   tliei
estle and each  lias
bstantlal side bet.
��� "a   s|iai ring  tor  a
[here I       i veral  weeks,    but
I M weights in the pro-
gani"   around   here     new.
Ien   thi    il who has furnished
il mat marathons In
; the past year, tlie
.  supplied by   Virgil
tlie    Seattle     lightweight, I
I met tlie a   limes,   twice   g oin_
i, two  liours  without   a
i time Harnden win-
���  time, Venable tir-
njury.
en the    Japanei e
rong boy should
i di   will   make
Ich is the best
can make  133,
��� er the ring al
lie is known ol
but  h" li      ni
md ver)   a
There   should   be   a   snappy   ball
; inn "ii Sai in day aftei noon when the
tmin ter In i edlates go up
against the Clovers of Vancouver '.
latter team won the game here on
Goo Fri lay, but the local boj s ex-
pi cl to make a change in the order
of business this time. The Int
diates will have a fast nine in the
field. The Clovers are the team that
cleaned up in tlie Vancouver Intermediate city League lasl year and this
season thi y will play In the sen! ir
lea. ue.
frcy f\PA(\ cash down buys 200 acres of land, rich \ i
��P ��UUU black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre ill
block--, Facing ke Road, price only $16 per
acre   The timb If is worth more,    the Stave
Lake Power C   iipai    is going to have car service
there in the very rn     Future.
APPLY
C. S. News Office
(CORNER)
Situate in Lot 30, Block 5,
N. R.*2 west
(South Westminster)
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The New Westminster Amateur Lacrosse association will hold lis annual meeting ln the city hall on April
12. at 8 p.m.
|: .ES OF
NEW   FOOTBALL
RULES
To stimulate Interest in baseball I
among the school boys of this city,
a challenge cup, mien for competition
between public schools' teams, will be
presented by the Westminster baseball association. Official announcement to this effect will be made al
the annual meeting next week.
Messrs.   Fletcher   ami   Bowers,  of
ihe Dominion Trust  Hlock pool room,
have   offered   to    put    up   prizes   tor I
the members of the winning team In
the city haset,all  league this season,
\ committee will be appointed at the
annual meeting next week to arrange
details in connection with this.   It is
likely lockets will be the jewelry decided   upon.
The junior lacrosse players propose
having a three team league this sea-
sun, the aggregation representing
Sapperton, and the West and East
ends of the city,
up a sell' dale of
liexl   Week.
What's the Use
What's the use of having a nice
garden, and the liens scratching
it all up?
What's the use of havln
you   don't   keep
tor  wire  nettin
fencing.
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on the main line of
the GRAND TRUNK PA-
Btrategic   commercial
if
Try   us
hens
them  home.
and
FORT GEORGE is
R MhWAY.^^^^^^^^^
FORT  GEORGE  is  the  geographical   and
centre of CENTRAL  BRITISH COLUMBIA.
FORT GEORGE is at the junction of three mighty waterways
which are navigable for hundreds  of   miles   north,   south,   east   and
west.
FORT GEORGE is al present the supply point tor the whole of
CENTRAL  BRITISH  COLUMBIA, and WILL remain so.
There were about 4u0(i lots In the TOWNSITE, and one-third of
them are owned by the PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, and
over  TWO-THIRDS  of tlie balance have been SOLD.
Bring in $10 and secure a lot. No interest and no taxes until
1911.    Prices positively advance in 10 days.
CARTER & CARVER
���    Je    I   I C��|J1P    O*    V^J.^ L.1AJ* $ Rm. 6, Guichon Bldg.    Tel. 681 Open Every Evening. J
The Timberland Lumber  Company, Ltd.
\ meeting to draw
i will be held
'.larch   30.���Dr.
���es \\ e iil< in  emeritus
. who has been
, agitators agalnsl
(. ,. as ii has been
approval of the
tor  the  game on
otball  rules    com-
si e thai  the rules
I ."aunts."   he  said
I iught   to  make  the
i        bail tolerably safe,   i Baj
I e It is Impossible to
t: absolutely safe for the
in.
Ily chief
The  Balmorals  have  discovered   a
classy pitcher in F. Smith, local manager tor Kelly, Douglas & Co., and
have seemed his name to a Balmoral
contract. Last year Smiili pitched
tor the Senior Y.M.C.A. team in Vancouver, and made good.
COUNCIL  DECIDES  ON
MANY NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS
Design Awarded first
Prize In Competitio
(Continued From Page One )
soclatlon with E. K. Blackmore, ar
tect.
Mr. Birds is a graduate of the Yorkshire college (University ot Leeds
England. A lionors certiflicated prizeman and leather In building construction in the science and art depart-
mi ni of South Kensington, London.
1A bronze and silver medalist under
the City and Ouilils of the London
I Institute for Carpentry, Brlckword and
.Masonry, and a certificated lecturer
on building construction and the Allied Trades under the Yorkshire
County Council.
The following is a list of successes
j in   .open  architectural    competition
I obtained by the designs submitted bj
Mr. Birds where the competitive de
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MANUFACTURERS   ��F|	
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber, Rough. Dressed and Kiln Dried Di-
Lnsion Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling In any quan
tity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,   Room  8, Thompson  Blk
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
P. O. Box 953
CHILLIWACK
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE   NEW  STERN WHEELER
bjectlona   to    football
n  .hcaiing  elements
the  game.    They   were
y elimii  h  .   by    the    former
lea and still  more so
new rules."
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New Date for the Fight.
I'lim- \\-.,   March   30.���An-
' date iei n set for tbe n^tit
_ Burns, the Canadian
I 13111   Lang,  heavyweight
ppii'ii "i Vustralla, for the Austin-
m ite announced now Is
l Qght   originally  was
!' : m h   28.   and   sulise-
[nt.lv ^^^^
The    following     recommendations
were  passed   Tuesday   night   by   the
^t-'    '     ,,.  ti,.,,  i.���nt  street, ne-lwu. . ,.��  - -
,.,���. .,,,,.,. .1      ';" .    " ,   ������,,    it, UgM numbered irom Ovi
;:,;;,;,::���:SUS r:< **_* t����-* ;::;;:;-;:���., ���������,���..-
-Tr:,,;":' jest &.% b ?^s�����r ss
jr����SnSlSA .-.' *��*  ..�� member., ��r;. prl.e. is.',',
ra\V*Sm,   SltcL, :",.. "���'"�����
II Will Pay You
ned to April 11.
street-
IHcppe
Pe Equals
���os An
World's   Record.
.   March   30.���With   an
Itasp oi | ���, ,��� B run| xvillie Hopp.
world's record of Jacob
1 18.2  balk
, exhibition
[���     ar.   Hoppe
('���tlie third run
"stat
(ruin
nc i-
���
here.
line billiards
game with Onv
made 400 in four
_ being 275, while
made 298, his highest run
This was the llrst game
of two that the men will
fToHBER  J0HN  c-  KLING
'u BE REINSTATED THURSDAY
Ing   the  sidewalks  on   Harvey
A proposed expenditure ot $406 In
macadamizing Vancouver street was
held over for a week, in order to see
if the property holders most bene-
fitetd would not share a pari Of the
cost.
The police commissioners held a
.long session yesterday afternoon, but
the business was mostly of a routine
Tlie Question of an additional
discussed and several
^^^^^ Jconsidered. bin   no
appointment was made.   The meeting
adjourned till  nine o'clock this morning, when it. Is expected that the appoint ment will bo made.
!    lf  the  statements   made  by   Alderman  Bryson  In tbe council on Tuesday  night   are  correct,  tlie  city   will
have, when the new water main from
Coquitlam lake Is completed, enough
water to supply  a city  of 8B
75,000  people.
nature.
patrolman war
applications were
of  86,000  or
i,,,lk- March  30,���Conditions
'nstatemetn of Catcher John
"m. Into ti,0 g00d offloea of or. 	
���  ���� baseball,  which   will   be  of- i _.      TTrrrRecorded. ,
a> announced  on  Thursday,  in-1 Trwn,b �����,   She seismo-
ib6^.^^^ to   a  baseball j    8t   Wdta, -gtJfSJUS regit Thomas   graph of the St.. i ou
���ague, who  istered   ear hi, mke   shoe!�� ^
Mob o' loci       �� morning will, a
rb��to st    -ovement. and three
lie Swimming Baths, Morley, second
prize; Bum, isolation Hospital, Don-
caster (80 beds) first prize", 1900, Public Swimming Baths, Elland, second
prize; 1900 Mulclpal Ulliccs, Leeds,
second prize; 1901, Liberal Club,
Leeds 1100 members) flrst prize; 1901,
Isolation Hospital Leigh, second prize;
1901,   Public   Library.   Leeds,   second
prize;   1903, Methodist Chinch. Leeds
i sealing 800) first prize; 1906, Sunday
School and Hall, Leeds (600 scholars)
lirst prize;  loor., Church,    Kettering
(seating 1,000) lirst prize; Bans, Light
room  Scliool,     Woodstock,    Ontario, ���
flrst   prize;   1909,   Melhoihst   Church,
Vancouver,   B.C.   (sealing   800)    lirst I
prize;  1809, Baptist Church and Sunday   School,   Vancouver,   lirst,   prize;
1910,  B.  C.  Electric  Station  and Offices, Vancouver, second prize.
B. Blackmore, architect of Van-
has been located in that city
since   1880   and  in   association   with
his father up to the time of his death
100a, under  the  style  of  William
nd   Son,   designed!  and
of  Vancouver's  import-
���D_,    including  the  Flack
block, th|
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves  Brackman-Ker  Mil ing   Company's Wharf,  New  Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   as    Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave  New  Westminster  Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a'nd Sunday at 7 a. in.
FIRST CLASS  PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
E.
couver,
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Blackmore   a
erected  many
nt   buildings,    incumn..    ���
Fairfield block  and other
ttnnounced
���h   hiil assignment ..> a
,' '";���'"ding  to president
Sc\��'ttie National lei
"    "1   tie   th, ,..,
members of the
which passed on
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irnin_e 'IUb ')een son,p criticism eon-
fnch clUil iitll.lul   In   ,1||M   matter,"
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reputation on It, mm I
, '"��� "hen the decision is
',"" hl ���''hall public I will be
!��� ii is perhapg the
i*;'"1"11 '"���'Her that hns been
���    ���   baseball olbeials ln many
I3SJJEWSS it am .�����
the east to west.       ^	
I      French Tariff Law Pro���1^'
Paris.   March   ItO.-Tho   now   tin 1ft
,,   \ra  nnd warehouses on
business   blocks  Mj & The
HaBUngs and Cordova _ gcho0,
Model scliool. <"c , ctrar0_es and
^-Iv'^irnrlkSr'VeBldencesand
,n,,,,,1<,ne'1,.,,d   he reinforced con-
tilge9 thea ie a J     �� ��� bay
Mr. Blackmore
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
cTa.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
IU1   Mr.  Birds as-
    , work on hand at  the
. muul.
For the latest ln fashionable foot-
I wear, see Sinclair's show window to-
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EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and tbey bavt
��, VKUYTIIING to gain und small chamee to lose by so doing
PERSONS other than employees accidentally injured about the premises Invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS  of  their  own  responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the Part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was Injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can HI afford to assume the risk ��'
this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms It
sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
TO   go   to law  means  loss  of  time, money, endless annoyance and
worry,
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
ONLY  Insurance  against  such risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy   In   the   Railway   Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time nnd be
u | relieved from all such annoyances.
i\ Alfred W. McLeod
Phone 62 " The Insurance Man." 657 Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, MARCH 31
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AU Roads Lead to SURREY
and Particularly the Railroads!
The opportunity is here now and beckoning. Will you grasp it now, the opportune
moment, a moment which will never occur again in your lifetime. Will you t buy now
while these gigantic developments are slightly in the future, or will you wait till the
Canadian Northern, backed by the capital of the old and new world, establish their
model city on the south bank ? Will you wait till the structures of the B. C. Electric
spread out like a picture on the inviting plateau beyond the great Fraser? If you do
prices will be a different story:   Now is the time and this is the place.
20    Acres    of    Chilliwack   Tram   Frontage     at    $200
r
This land is about four miles from New Westminster, it will not be over fifteen
minutes ride. The price as you see is very low and the^reason is the owner wants an
immediate sale or none at all. All surveyed in 1 acre blocks, the tracks run right
through one corner and the station is on same subdivision. The soil is a deep, rich veg-
etable mould, splendid for fruit or vegetables, church and school are close, no rocks or
gravel, $200 an acre, one quarter cash.
Four Five   Acre   Blocks   on Chilliwack   Tram   at   $250
These blocks are tram frontage and are within 200 yards of post office, store,
school and a very important station. The land lies beautifully and is a fabulously rich
vegetable decay or chocolate loam. Crops of vegetables and fruits in the immediate
vicinity are simply amazing. Five acres of this land will produce from $2000 to $5000
a year in staples the New Westminster market is crying for all the time. Not more
than 25 minutes, ride when road starts passenger traffic.   $250   an acre, one quarter
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I have eleven beautifully located 1 acre lots on the Chilliwack tram, ideal home-
sites for men who want to have a little tract of producing ground to keep their homes
going in fruits, vegetables, eggs and poultry. You can live on one of these and continue work in town. Beautiful soil, very close to school, church and store, the important station, Sullivan's Mills within 200 yards. This land will be selling for more than
$1000 an acre within three years. Unusually fine buying at the price, $250 each, one
quarter cash.
Improved Farm in Langley at $100 an Acre
If you know farm land you will think this too good to be true. This farm comprises 100 acres about half under cultivation just one mile from the B. C. Electric.
300 fruit trees all bearing, fairly good buildings facing on road and the place has all
been subdivided into 5 acre blocks. Some of this land will bring as high as $400 "an
acre in small tracts. The whole thing is one of the most colossal snaps I have ever
seen.   Can be bought now for $100 an acre, one third cash.
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Vancouver Office:    313 Westminster Ave.   Phone 5918 JBSDAV. MARCH 31,
1910.
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I" " tl8h are being destroyed at
the paper  mills  al   Camas,    Wash
where they are drawn
EYE WITNESS OF
llllzl:BllllB    FAMOUS PARIS DUEL
report was brought to Vancouver by
Deputy Pish Commissioners White
and Walters, who returned this morning from an Inspection tour of the
Columbia river. Screens were ordered
I'��i  in at this pla.c.
Visitor to B. C.  Saw   His i
Brother Cross Swords with! I
Political Opponent.
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TENDERS
21
' enders solicite I for repairing and
r moving   St,   Patrick's   hall.     P
and specifications can be scai al St.
Louis college, A. L. Lavery and
Small and Bucl ��� Bee.
FATHER O'BOYLE.
>9 GranvilSe St.
.one ,24949       Vancouver, B.C.   \    	
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boulevards,    sodding,    grading     and
pruning  of  all    kinds.    Satisfaction
guaranteed,    Orders solicited.   Apply
KELLINGTON BROS.
Begbie  Street.
Victoria, .March 29.���The somewhat'
i.i usual   experience  of  witnessing  a
duet  in   .Itch  his own  brother  was'
one of the principals fell to tiie lot re- |
cei.tly cf   M.   Landau,  the   Canadian j
representative of the Henri Clay and
Bom; Cigar company of Havana, who!
is now in victoria on bis semi-annual i
visit.   Back In December Mr. Landau !
���was enjoying a holiday In bis home in j
Paris, where lias has a brother  wbo
is a political journalist.   His brother
is a Socialist and bad written an art- j
icle  for  his paper, Je  Dis  Tout,  di- !
reeled against a Mr, Mannas, a mem- !
ber of the Royalist party.    The result was a challenge.   At 11 a.m. on
Decembi r 16, the combatants met on
the  Bols  de   Boulogne accompanied
by the] i _i g ���mis. the direc
tor of the duel and a tew friends. The
encounter lasted fifteen minutes,
win n Mi i. i succeed! d In wound-
Ing his opponent In the forearm, In
the first round both swords were
broken,   ��������� ��� I   Ing   ri quls-
tloned, 'i: ��� i [fair attained probably '
u greater publicity Hum any similar
i '���'���:.; foi a i tnbei ol yi ars padt.
Unknown to those most vitally inter-1
ested an enterprising Parisian firm
had a cinematograph on the scene,
and the foil day the duel In de- |
tail was bi Ing . bown on every n.ov-
Ing piiiuie ri en In the French capital     Mr.   Landau  states that  owing
lo ids brother's  upatlon, that of a
political journalist, he knows bow to j
handle a sword, and the duel In ques-1
tion is the tenth which he has fought
MALI   THE TOIL
Ihouscliold work is taken
ay when Sunlight Soap is
It'll.it into thc home.
pr thorou .hly cleansing
ers, metal-Work, wails
Id woodwork, Sunlight
��� the most economical both
[time and money. ���,,
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Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
There  During Floods.
While in Paris Mr. Landau was an
interested spectator of lhe groat floods
last January.    The floods started on
, January  22, he states, and within  a
few days certain quarters of the city
were  entirely   under   water.     In   the
Champs  Elysee the  water  was  over
Old News Block, Sixth Street tw�� and a bait feet deep.   A number
of the bridges on
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
New Westminster.
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FOR  FIRST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO TIIE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
Droprletress, Mrs. M. Domlny.
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13 acres in Section 26, Block 5, N. Range 3 west at
$500 each. This property is on the B. C. E. Ry. and
is only a short distance from the centre of New
Westminster.
Blocks 7 and 8 of section 32, block 5, north range 1
west at $350. per acre. This is $50 lower than adjoining properties.
Two and one half acres in Section 25, block 5, north
2 west for $1000.
Twenty acres in section 25, block 5, north range 1
west at $300 per acre on easy terms.
$16000 will handle 160 acres on the Hjorth road being
section 24, block 5, north range 1 west at $400 an
acre.
Seven acres in section 6, township 9, on Njorth road
and adjoining C. N. Ry. for $225 per acre.
I
J. J. JOHNSTON
mbia St   Phone 169
I
I
the Seine were en- j
tin ly submerged, among them being
tl n'  known as Alexander the Third, \
l,ui l foi  the exhibition of 1900.    This
structure sustained a lol of damage, j
The Grand I'alais and the  Petit Pal- '
ais salons for the exhibition paintings !
we 3  completely  surrounded  by  the I
water.    Illustrative  of  tlie  way    in j
wh'ih it spread was tiie fact that the
Palais de L'Elysee, about a quarter of
a   nile   distant   from   the river,   was!
alsj  surrounded.    Among other  dis-1
trlcts which suffered heavily was the |
Place  de  L'Opera  where  the  Grand
Opera  stands.    The  Quartler do L'-
Europe, where the Gare St. Lazarre
is,   was   so   surrounded   that   it   was '
thought that  the houses there would j
be   undermined   and  carried   away.
Houses on the boulevards had to be i
evacuated and numbers of them were
sut off from electric  light and tele- 1
phones for three weeks.
At the time of tlie great disaster
when the floods were at I heir height
everything was al a standstill in the
city. Tho theatres were closed with
the exception of those which had their
own power plants. Mr. Landau stales
that where he lived the Quartler Mont-
martre, escaped the floods, being situated on high ground.
Fine Work by Perfect.
Wonderful work was carried out by
M. Lepine, the perfect of police, dur-
j ing  the   floods.     The   e. Hire   rescue
work was in his charge.   He was engaged night and day. and as soon as
I the reaction set In he fell  a victim
to pneumonia which kept him in bed
for   several   weeks.     The   Keel   Cross
Society of Paris also did an Immense
amount of work in relieving the sufferers.    Tlie daughters of the wealthiest Parisians lent their aid headed
by Madame La Marechale Mac.Mahon.
Food  for the sufferers was prepared
in all the private houses of tho wealthy.   Aid was lent to tho country by
i all  the   nations  of  the  world.    The
.loss  in  Paris  alone  is  estimated  to
.have amounted to 300,000,000 francs.
! The proceeds of the first night's performance of the   famous   production
"Chantecler,"   were  devoted   to    the
flood fund, as high as $60 being paid
for a seat at  the performance.    'In
aid the sufferers parliament voted an
extension of time to business people
so that debts due at the end of January could not he collected until the
end of February.
The happy disposition of the French
people was never so much in evidence
as during these floods. Everything
was taken as a matter of course, and
the best possible was done under the
circumstances. Now the disaster Is
over the people are as merry as ever,
and are congratulating themselves
that no epidemic, broke out in conjunct lon with the floods.
Outside of tho floods Mr. Landau
says that the principal topic of conversation while he was in Paris was
the production of "Chantecler." This
turned out to be a phenomenal success. The title role was taken by M.
Gultry, wbo personated the rooster.
Madame Slmone who personated the
hen pheasant, had been formerly dl-
vorved from Mr. Lebargy, one of
the most, famous actors of the Comedie Francaise. Sho ls now married
to a son of Caslmer Poller, former
president of the French Republic.
The American Theatre.
Mr. Landau, while in Paris, mingled largely with the artistic element,
and took particular Interest, ln a new
opera house which Is about to be built
with the aid of American money. The
opera in Paris, he states, has not been
up to the standard for some time past.
U Is subsidized by the government
and has fallen ln a state of decadence
through Insufficient money being
spent. Tho new opera house is to be
built, ln the Champs Flysee. At the
head of the  list of subscribers are
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PAGE SEVEN.
*\ SCHOOL ANARCHY
fINEST
APARTMENT
A "REAL PERIL-'
Lack of Character A Greater
Menace 1 han Liquor, Says
Priest.
In the City of
New Westminster to be "sold at
a
SACRIFICE
PRICE
as owner is leaving
the city. Full size
lot W x 132 feet ;'one
minute from post office.
SPLENDID
VIEW
rice
only
$10,000
TERMS TO
SEE
Brening
&Co.
MERCHANTS BANK
Room No 6 Phone 686
Chicago, March 30.���-"The spirit of
anarchy is the public schools ana not
the liquor business is the fountain
head of crime," said Rev. M. .1. Dor-
ney, ot St. tJebrlel's Koman Catholic
church, io the Irish Fellowship club.
"All the telling blows delivered
against tho saloon do not prove it to
be the prime cause of civic degeneracy. The cause is in tlie lack of character of the arising generation."
Father Dorney recited trom statistics wliich are the ammunition of the
opponents of tho  .aloon, bul asserted
(that they did not prove the liquor tra-
| fflc to he the cause of the evils named.
"There are 10,000 homicides annually in the l'nited States,'' he continued.
"This Is more than the number
for the whole of Europe,   There were
ills  murders  and  786,1   arrests   In
, Chicago last   year.
"The jewelers, bankers and the railroads   have   their own   prh ate   I
f ���     Will   it   be  necessary   for   the
general public to have a  private ro-
llce  force  as  well?
He Bl.imes the Schools.
"Whai Is the use ef working and
trying to lay up money with the criminal population Increasing around us
as ii  is?
"These are the shrewdest arguments and the most effective attacks
that are made today upon thi saloon.
But to my mind the saloon is not at
tlie bottom of the evil.
"The fault is a fault of character.
We do not see our duty. The source
of decay is in the anarchistic ideas
Which are suffered to flourish in the
public schools. Roman Catholic and
other sectarian schools are equally
at fault. The public schools set the
pace  in  education.
"We have no corporal punishment
because it has been abolished In the
public schools. We are unable to control the boys as they need to be controlled. I speak as a practical man.
The scliool system needs the deep
consideration of tlie men of Chicago.
Viciousness Must Be Removed.
"If the schools arc not. brought under the hands of men who will do
what is needful to eliminate any vicious tendency in youth the generation
now springing up will he a terror to
this civilization. We will have in our
city of Chicago a hand of young outlaws like the 'hooligans' of London
or the 'apaches' of Paris.
"Jack the Ripper" Known.
(London Express).
It is now more than twenty years
since the "Jack the Hipper" scares
thrilled London, and ever since then
the general public has believed that
the identity of the murderer was
never known,
This, however, is not the case. Sir
Robert Anderson, K. C. B., in the
course of the series of articles now
appearing in "Blackwood's Magazine," states emphatically that not
only is the identity of the "Ripper"
.own at Scotland Yard, but that If
the police in England had the same
powers that are possessed by the
French police lie would have been
brought to justice.
"'Undiscovered murders' are rare
in London," says Sir Robert, "and
the 'Jack the Ripper' crimes are not
within that category.
"One did not need to be a Sheri
lock Holmes to discover that the'
criminal was a sexual maniac of a
virulent typo; that he was living in.
the immediate vicinity of the scenes'
of the murders; and that if he waft
not living absolutely alone, his peo-'
pie knew of his guilt, and refused to
give him up to justice.
"During my absence abroad the police  had  made  a house  search    for
i him, investigating the case of every
j man  in   the   district   whose   circumstances were such that he could go
ami come and get rid of hts blood-
! stains in secret.   And the conclusion
j we  came to was tbat  he    and    his
people were low class Jews, for It is
a remarkable fact that people of that
I c'ass In the east end will not give up
| one cf their number to Gentile justice.
"! will only add that when the Individual   whom   we     suspected    was
caged In an asylum, the only person
who   Lad  over  had  a  good  view  of
the  murderer at once  identified  him,
1 ul    learning   that    the   suspect was
a   rei ew Jew   he   declined   to   swear
to  him"
Elevator and Grain Burn.
Rosthern, Sask.. March 80. ��� Fire
destroyed the Dominion elevator at
Rosthern this morning. The building
was a niiiBs of flames when the alarm
was sounded and it burned to the
ground. Five thousand bushels of
wheat were destroyed. The building
and contents were partially covered
by  Insurance.
such names as J. Pierpont Morgan,
W. K. Vanderbilt and J. K. Gould. The
building will be devoted to the production of French as well as foreign
operas. A feature will be that the
foreign operas will be sung in the
language In which they were written,
a move which has never before been
attempted ln Paris. Concerts will also
be held ln the new theatre, while orchestral performances will be given,
led by such well known men as F.
Mottl and Welngartner. The opera
house will be commenced this spring
and will be ready for occupation by
October, two years. The prices there
will be very reasonable so as to afford the poor as well as the rich that
benefit of hearing the best plays.
Mr. Landau while in Victoria U ft
guest at the Empress hotel.
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Reserve     5,700,000
Total Assets     70,000,000
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. ��HUTC   Manager.
A meeting of the supporters of the
Y. M. C. A. movement will be held
in the city hall tonight. Business men
of the city are asked to be present
to discuss plans with Mr. Sayers, the
general secretary. On the turnout at
this meeting probably depends the fate
of the proposed Y. M. C. A.
The March number of the Westminster Courier will be on sale this
morning at all the bookstores and
stalls in town, price Be per copy.     **
C. Burton-Mackenzie, of Surrey Centre, left yesterday for a trip to England, where he will spend the next
six mouths.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
plione Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
A spiritual meeting will be held
this evening at eight p. m. at 33.
Twelfth street.
The finest assorstment of Morris
chairs ever seen iu this city at
Fales. **
There will be no county or supreme
court until after the lirst of April.
The university graduates of the city
are holding a meeting tonight ln the
board of trade room for the purpose
of discussing representation of graduates on the Lower Mainland University  Site committee.
Ladles, our show window will be
lighted every evening this week. The
latest in foot-wear, as shown in New
York, is here. W. E. Sinclair, the
shoe man. **
It is probable that tlie first meeting
of the May Day committee will be
held some time next week.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from 12 to 2, with quick
service. ***
Applications for the current issue of
the Westminster Courier were received yesterday by the management
from several points in this province
and Eastern Canada as well as from
the Imperial authorities iu England.
Buy a copy, 5 cents, at all the book
stalls. Yearly subscription $1. Sample copies and advertising rates supplied on application to C. E. Sands,
business manager, P. O. Box 142.    **
The local agency of the Oliver Type,
writer company is at 746, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the'B.C.E H.
car station. **
Newest designs in Iron and Brass
Beds at Fales. **
About twenty-five members of Beu-
lah Rebekah Lodge No. 6, I. O. O. F.,
returned yesterday from Chilliwack,
where they instituted a lodge of the
order. The Rebekahs travelled on the
new steamer Paystreak and are loud
in their praises of the accommodation,
service and courtesy to be had on
the craft, special praise being given
Manager Whit more for the pains he
took to make the journey pleasant for
the ladies.
Got any papering and patining to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth street.
About twenty applications to purchase government land have been
filed in the ofiice of the mining recorder during the month of March.
The applications are rapidly becoming more numerous. Most of the land
applied for is on some Island in the
sound or on the shores of Howe sound.
The provincial librarian has written
to the secretary of the board of trade
asking him to send copies of the Westminster Courier to the provincial library ftt Victoria.
For Linoleum, Oilcloths and Carpets, see W. E. Fales, Agnes street. **
There were no police court cases
called yesterday morning for the first
time in several weeks.
The city engineer has started to
make an estimate on the cost of the
proposed pavements on the streets,
which Mayor Lee suggested should be
paved under the local improvement
plan.
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
The steamer Trader came into port
yesterday with a general cargo.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
S. II. Ford, the Pitt Meadows farmer charged with stabbing A. Le Lion,
came up for trial again yesterday but
was remanded for eight days, until
Le Lion is able to appear against him.
REWARD
Fifty (.50.00) dollars will be paid
for information that will secure the
conviction of the preson or persons
who damaged shade trees on Blackford street, or of any person damaging boulevards in the city.
By order, W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall, March  29, 1910.
FOR    EXCIIANGE-
-F1VP
3    ROOMED
House and
lot
in
Vancouver,
value
$2000,   for
hou
se
ami
lot   in
New
Westminsti
r.
Apply,
Box
P.   R.
News  Ofiice.
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AT LANT LG STEAM S Hftfe.
Do not book your passage without
seeing us first. Our system of handling tickets from Uie Old Country
will Bave you money.
For dates and rates apply
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watches for Ladles from 912-/5
up.
Silver Waiches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watcbws.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
"GET   THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL
TODAY
WALL MIRRORS
Suitable  for  Bathroom  or  Kitchen
20c Each
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and so.l for the same.
Scows for hire. Apply Joseph
Crane, Queensborough Ship Yards,
Lulu Island. **
Ladies,���See   the    latest   in
York styles at Sinclair's.
New
Four applications for lease of lands
on the Lillooet river for mining purposes have been filed at the mining
recorder's office,
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Eilard B1oe'<. New Westminster
j! For a Few Days Only
Special Snaps
m
! LULU ISIAND ACREAGE
1 AND WATERFRONTAGE
|     also some choice buys
| in Surrey
! F. J. HART & Co.
1  LIMITED	
H ���:���**-:��� ���!"M-: -.:--k : -w��*' 4~h,��k��H"S��W' -m-h-h-h-*
Memo Corsets all the new
Models Rccidy corssct^epartment
Nemo Corsets are a combination of perfect comfort and smart style. Nemo corsets
arc practical figure-builders and remodelers.
Every Nemo does something for you
that no other corset can do.
Nearly every woman (in every country
where corsets are worn) knows that the���
Nemo Self-Reducing
���is the only corset ever made that really
helps a stout woman to reduce her abdomen
with perfect comfort and hygienic safety���
$3.00 to $10.00.
For Slender Figures
Almost equally fumous are the Nemo
"Willow-Shape" (with the novel Flatning-
Back Skirt), the "Military Belt" Corset, ^^^^s
the wonderful "Back-Resting" Corset, and H-4M-HB��B����
the chic "Swan-Shape"--all for slender and medium figures.
See our new Nemos, if you wish to know Fashion's latest
word on the all-important subject of corsets.
WE
ARE
SOLE
AGENTS
FOR
THESE
POPULAR
CORSETS
The many special features in the makeup of Nemo Corsets are   such  thai   they  appeal   ;    tleulay
to the best dressed women.   An Impression has prevailed that Nemo   Corsets    were   madi   only [_
stout women    This Is not  so, however, us the models made  up tor the women ol  Blender prop*.
tlons leave nothing to be de sired   in  corset  attire.    We   mention    here   a   tew  ol   the   mo I   popul��
Nemo Corsets.
-Dress-Adjusting
'       N�� 200
NO. 200 NEMO CORSET FOR
AVERAGE   FIGURE
A perfect corset for women of
average figure. No. "200 Nemo"
is made witli low bust and extra long hips. A triple strip
re-enforcement resists the tendency of bones and steels to
push through at top or bottom.
All  sizes, per pair   $3.00
SELF    REDUCING    NEMO
NO.   320
A corset especially tor women of stout figure. Relief strajis.
medium bust and long hips
with possibilities of adjustment
ln such a. manner that absolute
comfort and scrvicoablity are
assured. Another special feature ls the arrangement of four
suspender attachments. Per
pair    K50
r/fc^l5ELf-RE��ii
N'4Q5 -""RelicfBmds
NO.  405   NEMO  CORSET FOR
TALL   STOUT WOWIN
Made with  high busl and extra long skirt, known as a sell
reducing    corset     with   reliet
hands, six Buspendi rs
Per   pair   ��� ���
J.M
ATTRACTIVE
CURTAIN MUSLINS
A particularly nice Muslin for Bedroom Curtains is made up witli
hemmed edge and sotting of heavy Cluny lace. Insertion material
Is fine white book muslin and very neatly made up; 40 inches
wide.    Per yard 35c
Another Muslin material of die same general style is shown witli
setting of heavy Ecru Insertion and lace edge. Very pretty in
effect;   40  inches wide.     Per yard  40c
Plain hemmed edge Muslin with setting of fine lace Insertion;
40 inches wide.    Per yard 25c
Fancy Colored Book
Muslim���35c a yard
Exceptionally line whlto striped Book Muslin with printed designs in green and yellow clear and distinct on each side; also spotted ground with green colored bow knots; width 48 Inches. Per yd. 35c
Another   Shipment  o(\
Hair Turbans
Six new styles of Hair Turbans just received; also Turban
Hair Pins and  Hair It' !::
New Leather
Belts
A   splendid   range   ol   Gold
Trimmed   Leather  and
Belts, depicting the latest American styles.
Embroidered
Waists
ON SALE���$1.35 EACH
One of the most remarkable
values of the season, la this special Blouse on sale tl'i:- wee '
All sizes made with all-over embroidered fronts an<i '0I>*
sleeves. Special for this wej
Each   	
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR. PAGE
TEN-
THE DAILY NEWS.
THUR8DAY. MARCH  31, 1910.
TAKE
NOTICE that an application
'    le to register the Corpor-
Townshlp or District of
��� wner ln fee aiuiple, un-
hae been
. Uon ol the
c>''' Rale Ueed fronl the Ueev0
of the
I. u
Wr a,v,t_ of the Corporation
lBl,(l ! ���r District of Surrey to the
1o��r-fl,p , ot the Township or Die-
Co,ll"i'<,irr-y. hearing dates of the
�����w I lit October. A.D., 1905 and
8f (;1) "f December, AD.. 1901, of
Bt a singular that certain parcel
1 an r land and premises altuuto
I or lTftC!.d being In the District of New
incier in the Province of Brit-
lV,'('stD- imbla' more particularly known
Zlbcd as: Lot 1 ln subdlvl-
: . Hock 1 of section 30, block
_��l0B ,h anga 2 west; lota 8 to 17,
I&D(ir 0f subdivision 2'i of Bection
liDcl!f,���[';> north range 2 west; lots
P j] Inclusive, block 14 of soutb-
m��t0 .L,m. _octlon  4,  township ��� ;
l in.insive,
hfsTand 7, In subdivision 23 ol
' '  '" js, hlock   6,   north  range
|23 ol
west; i
112. block
to 6 .in''1''
least quartp
lot
I
Id
lie lots' 22 and 23, in subdivision
/section lr>, block 5, north range
Iota 1. 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, U.
4 ot lot 387A, group 2; lota
ive,  block 14 ol south-
section  4,  township  9;
3 of lot 387A, group 2;
\  bio ., 2 of lot 887A, group 2;
lock 3 of southeast quart-
, ., |   township 9;  lots 18, 19,
b,0,'.k j of southeast quarter section
4 township 9; lot 22, block lfi of
���'..���. lsi quarter section 4, township
s map 519; lot 23. block lfi of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
iM| those claiming through or
und,.,- you nnd all persons claiming
W) ���.. . ��� in the said land by virtu,', of any  unregistered   instrument,
aI;,l ai| | ions claiming any Interest
In the Bald land by descent, whose
tuie is not registered under the provisions ot the "Land Registry Act."
a;, ,, [uired to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the day of the first publication of tills notice upon you. and
in default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period, or In default of redemption
before registration, you and each o
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
oi In n : ect of the said land, and I
s n ter The Corporation of the
T i    District   of   Surrey   as
t ���.oi' in fee.   And I hereby
WINNIPEG 10 HAVE
WIRELESS PHONES
SWISS TO EMULATE
YELLOWSTONE PARK
A  GOOD    FRIEND    ALWAY*
If you deposit your money for
safety In The Bank of Toronto
lt will be safe while you lear*
lt, and ready when you need It.
and tt will be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent,
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,
CAPITAL
RE��T
Quebec
West.
und   tbe
. 14,000,000
, . 4,750,000
Bankofloronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. liracey, Myr.
order i li
(tor ttiiri
pal . ���
I be good
Dati ���
Ni�� '" i
Columbli
ID, 1910.
. i  publication of this notice
days in a daily newspaper
1  In   New  Westminster  will
nnd sufficient service thereof,
���   the  Land  Registry Ofiice,
���minster. Province of British
this 29th day of March, A.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
jtnee 'Phone  18a.      TVirr.  Tfcou*  ll/
Columbia Btreet
Baggage   delivered   promptly   te
any part ot ths city.
; Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TH .M   DSt-TM
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
r< I .I Miller. William A. McCallum. An;, Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis Henry Fraser, Henry
Ll&eUt, Huold Ponatord, Allen Spiers,
kCii Sunn Robert Lyness, Margar-
[et Q. Cooler, .lohn  Roberts, Richard
ii' ;      ....    T. Crossley, John B,
Hunter.
Corrox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Charles William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation barber. Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencln. at a post planted at
the wen end of Alder island, the
largest island in the Carey group, con-
tainini; 40 acres, more or iess. Applying tor the whole Island, which Is
situated n< ar the west end of Tumour isi ���
��� CHARLES WII.UAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN H. KORD,
March t(\, i.ia. Altert
LAND   ACT.
form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take i tice that John Ferdinand
Bd-- : Nelson Island, occupation
armer, Intends to apply for perinls-
!lon ti p irehase the followlug de-
scrit�� i lands:
Cot:.; ;, [ng at a post planted at
~e s     heast  corner ot Timber Lot
��� '   one   mile   northeast   of
��� dings   Bay,   thence   north
W chains to or near small lake, thence
��� !��� ins.    thence    south    4"
'               ace west -10 chains to point
ncement,    containing   160
���   or less.
IN  FERDINAND BAQOS.
Name ot Applicant.
" '' '   it Nelson Island, B. C, De-
'��� ���  1909.
LAND ACTS.
BOWELL & ODDY
Jerner Kl��. ih St.  *.uQ    V\Kk Arenas
Estimates Given.
I'hone 567.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
2\A Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       ��� B.C.
Pacific Radio Company is
Opening Offices on Portagt
Atenue-Ia a Success.
Winnipeg, March 29.���Winnipeg has
been definitely chosen by the officers
of the Pacific Radio company ns Its
Canadian headquarters and from this
city wireless telephones will ultimate
ly be put. in touch with one another in
all parts of the Dominion. Offices are
being opened tn the Enderton block,
Portage avenue and Hargrave street,
and a number of officers from the head
office of the company have removed
to Winnipeg with their families to
take up their residence ln this city.
J. H. Smith, Canadian manager for
the company, heads the party. He Is
accompanied by Welford Heaton, formerly a Well known Winnipeg newspaperman, and J, J. Horsfall, recently
manager for tlie Radio company in
the state of Oregon.
Within the noit few weeks Or
Lee de Forest, the chief engineer of
the Radio company and the loading
expert ln America, will visit Winnipeg and complete arrangements for
the opening of n laboratory and factory where experiments will he continued and apparatus manufactured
i for all the Canadian stations. The
first station ln the Dominion will be
, ereoted In Winnipeg. The receiving
and sending tower will bo placed on
one of the tall office buildings.
Wireless telephony has reached such
a stage of perfection that the New
York papers of January 14 reported
a successful demonstration by which
the voice of Maearln, who was singing Carmen at tlie Metropolitan Opera
House, was heard distinctly many
miles out at son and overland in many
of the adjacent cities. The New York
World said: "On many steamers In
and out of the harbor the music of
grand opera was heard. Especially
was the music appreciated on tEe
Royal Mall Packot Avon, when 260
guosts of Lloyd B, Sanderson, general manager of the Royal Mall in
America, heard the voices reproduced."
"One of the valuable things we have
discovered about telephony," said Mr.
Smith yesterday, "ls that It works as
well over land as over water. Wireless telegraphy is not a success over
burl so it Is wireless telephony Unit
will provide the overland communication of tbe future. The time in
;not fur off when every man will have
his own telephone and anyone wishing to communicate with him will simply call his number and will get him
ho matter if he is in his office, in an
! automobile or up in an airship.    All
the scientific, difficulties In tlie way
of such development have been overcome and It ls not simply a matter
of development along linos already
plainly  marked.
"We appreciated that Winnipeg was
ihe best city to locate our Canadian
headquarters In and we hope in time
in have a very large factory here. Dr.
de Forest will he here shortly and
tie will bring with him a set that will
talk for many miles."
Fearful of Destruction of
Flora and Fauna, Patriots
Subscribe for Reservation.
Geneva, March 29.���Fearful of the
destruction of thc flora and fauna peculiar to the Alps, patriotic Swiss and
enthusiastic visitors are subscribing
to a fund to provide a national reservation on the lines ot Yellowstone
Park.
A committee recently was appointed
to devise means of obviating the 111
results of Indiscriminate plucking and
killing hy the Swiss and tourists alike.
They flrst of all carefully Btudled
the management of the famous American national park. Then they examined several tracts of country and finally decided to accept provisionally
the offer of the Commune of TerncU,
In the Lower Engadine, at a nominal
rental for twenty-flve years.
Peak Enclosed Park.
This territory lies ln a huge quadrangle, shut ln hy the Alpine peaks of
Neir. LlBchacna, and Quaterrals, near
the Swiss, Austrian and Italian frontiers, lt overlooks the Scarl Valley
and seven well watered lateral vyl-
leye, Within tills area are mountains
and primitive forests, dissected only
by bridle paths made by smugglers
who are almost the sole travelers In
this "undiscovered" section of Europe.
Only one hamlet and that on the
northern border, represents humanity
In this paradise of peace. Sctul is
the name of the hamlet. Three hours
away is SchqlB, the capital of the
Lower Kiigiiillno, so that in summer
as many as a hundred visitors at a
time reach Scarl.  Winter reduces the
population  to two���a gendarme ahc
the venerable proprietor of an  Alpine
inn.
That innkeeper ls an original character, never forgotten by foreigners
Who come across him. For the ordinary tout 1st lie has a contempt lie
makes no effort to conceal, but for
true Alpinists and smugglers his
hearth is as hospitable as any In the
world. Thus who enter bis inn find
themselves under as arbitrary a set
of rules as ever operated In a military barracks. But nobody says a
word, for the next Inn Is twelve miles
away over a country practically unchartered.
Guests   Must   Not   Kick.
Before an applicant for shelter Ib
admitted lie has to agree to leave his
bedroom "properly dressed" before 6
in the morning; he must accept the
day's diet without registering any
kicks', ho must not ask for any special dish, and when the proprietor says
he ls to have only half a bottle of
wine a day that Ib till he can get.
short  of a miracle.
This national park will be stocked
with fox, chamois, several species of
deer and goats, as well as edelweiss
and other Alpine flowers. Long before tlie provisional date expires Switzerland will be assured of n permanent Yellowstone Park for the financial support of tlie movement is most
generous.
When this mark is on
thc outside of a paint-
can, be sure that what's
inaidc is thc fmmt it
will pay you be* to put
inside or outside of any
building. It'i yout
warranty of teal point *akc���because it means
paint permanence.    Trwt it���you're surely saie.
M   tm��    tmmm   mm    10
tar   ���������ry
la. r��ttei */a*mts*m A (*Ur C*
<D*
CAllOS
paint us*
., Toi-oato
ANDERSON A LUSBY
Agents tor N��w West-
uinster and District.
ij^i_.:js*"N
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
645 COLUMBIA STREET.
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Store, Bank and Office
FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
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ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAIL-
IMGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
NEW MINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker   Wharf    for   Ladner,
Westham   Island and   way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
; on the following morning.
Elevator Destroyed by Fire.
Moosomln, Sank., March 30.���Tho
Dominion Elevator company's elevator here was burned this morning,
along with 12,000 bushels nf grain.
The building and contents were par!
lv insured.
St.
Mrs.
Hlllp,
tinur
tnpr
Man and Wife Die.
Catherines, March 30.���Mr. and
Joseph Lovey, ol Bertie town-
died of pneumonia within an
of each other today. The tof
wns seventy-eight years old and
PHONE 473
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
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latter seventy-six.
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
Fire Insurance
Life Insurance
New Westmister Land District.
0   '    "A   of   New   Westminster.
,  '        notice that Alexander  McLen- j der
Vancouver, British Colombia, 1    T'ho
'on contractor, intends to ap-'
fp;   ;      permission   to  purchase  the
touovt ; t described lands:
nenclng nt a post plan twi at
TENDERS FOR   SUPPLIES.
8BALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, at New Westminster,
B. ('., and endorsed on the envelope
���'Tender tor Supplies" will b< received
up to noon of Monday, 11th day of
kpril, 1910, for supplying Ship Chan*
lery, Hardware, Groceries, Meats and
Coal required for tbe use of the Department of Public Works at New
Westminster,  B. c.  until March 81,
Tbe supplies furnished must D<
the hest quality of their several kinds
and must be delivered at. the
menl   wharf,  N>w   Westminster
where specified in  the form
of
ds
overn-
or
of Ten-
ri. ht.
;" theast point of the island sittl-
*�� about four i-n chains from Tlm-
' No. 29,122, thence northerly
Department, reserves the
to accept the  whole  or  part   of any
Tender. ,       . . . .
Forms of Tender may be obtained
at the office of the Resident Engineer,
Department of Public Works. ������-
Westminster. B.  C.
The lowest, or any Tender wil
New
not
��TyWaer3 ftnd 80huther,y Tl   m   . necessarily be aoM I
>   mound   the   shore   at low   tide'
.lace of commencement, containing
' afres,  more  or
^��r��h \1
more  or   less
ALEXANDER   MCLENNAN.
�� BAGGS, Agent.
1810.
Comox Land District.
���"trlct of Coast Range One.
^''i- notice that John Peterson, ot
���    occupation  carpenter,  to-
? ^P-Ply for permission to pur-
'cr,J  ��� r_"��*ln_ described lands:
the Nwencln|! at a P��9t- Plantp'd at
��<imrJ; r?mpr of Tx- 25'8fi- ��n M1<1"
faTofTV      ' thenoe followlns sald
the ll s��uth, west and north to
Westerly      t'hPnf:e    f0,ln^ins    shore
prw      .   Rn'��thpr1y,   easterly,   norths' nnd _
tt
Department
Westminster
1010.
G. A. KEEPER,
Resident Engineer.
of   Public   Works.   New
B    C,   24th    March,
10 acres in Sec. 34, with good barn and
house at $425.-Snap.
11 acres in South Westminster, right on the
tram at $900.
6 acres at $550 per acre. This is worth
$1000 per acre.
80 acres in Section 34, N. E. 1-4 at $250.
Two 4 acre tracts in Lot 5, right beside B.
C. E. R. New Shops and Freight Sheds. The
price is right.   See us to-day.
CITY
RTY
Lot on Cam irv m, near 4th, north side, 66 x
132, cleared, only $3000.
3 large lots close to new school at Sapperton
for $350 each for a few days.
5 roomed house on 5 cleared lots, containing
two corners on 1st street, $1800.
Some Splendid
Burnaby Propositions
Accident Insurance
adver-
aencSl,?.6*"rh  ''���' r,oinr
of
200
corn-
acres,
more or 'i'ess contalnlnS
���IOHM PF.TRRSON.
lWnr���i SHERMAN H. FORD,
Mw<* 10, 19io. Agent.
Newspapers   Inserting   this
tisement.   without   authority   will   not
be paid tor it.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alven Houchen, of
Iowa, occupation farmer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay r�� the south shore ofl
Hazel Island, at. the S.B. point of Har-
hledown island, containing 20 acres,
more or iess. Applying for the whole
island. alven HQUCHm
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Kellington Brothers
Phone 680
P.O. Box 40
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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N'lNj
HELP THE BOY
Any man who early left home, and started lus career in a large
city, whether it wus in business or in college, must remember th,
power that temptation has on a lonely and perhaps homesick boy.
All the forces of evil seem to be arrayed for his downfall, and few
seem to care whether he resists or suci umbs.
Against those evil Influences the Y.M.C.A. offers a friendly hand
to welcome, providing him with a comfortable room, surrounding
him with respectable companions, and attract ing him by every opportunity for advancement in education, moral character and physical  efficiency.
The Y.M.C.A. Is in the business of helping men to help themselves, and holds out a friendly hand to any young man who has any
desire to do or be.
This has to do with commercial life too, for a man's usefulness
to his employer depends large on what he does with his spare
time, for what a man earns during working hours goes into bis pocket; what he does in his leisure hours goes into his character, and
in  business and  commercial   life it is after all, character that counts.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
AFGHAN  AMIR  HOLDS
UNPLEASANT THRONE
DILETTANTS   EASY   MONEY
FOR   CROOKED   DEALERS
i. L*ma_cjass_*���.a r���imiBz: jt
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box  137
Easterbrook Milling  Company.
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7  per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .��6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 14.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shafting,  Cranes,  Air  Compressors, Etc
SEALED  TENDERS, addressed  to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope   'Tender   for   Machines'  and
Tools,'   'Tender   for   Leather   He,ting,'
etc, etc., as the case may be, will be
received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa,    Ontario,    until    12
o'clock noon of the 12th day of April.
1910, for:
(1) Machines and tools;
(2) Leather belting;
(3) Shafting,  hangers, steel  frame
work, etc.;
(���1) Miscellaneous    equipment,    industrial track and lockers;
(5)  Motors;
ID) Furnaces and forges;
(7)  Cranes;
(S) Air compressors;
(!M Qrey   iron   foundry   equipment
London, March  20.���There is good      New York, March 29.���Unscrupulous I and  bras.;  foundry  equipment;
authority for saying that the life of art dealers here and in other large required for the equipment of the lo-
the Amir of Afghanistan is more American cities have amassed com- comotive and other shops of the Corn-
threatened than thai of any other fortable fortunes through a Bpecles missibners of the Transcontinental
ruler in the world. One attempl on of fraud to which the government Is Railway al Springfield, easl of Wlnni-
him was filtered through public chan-   unwillingly a partner, according to n  pegl Manitoba.
nels but private advices state thai statement given oui at the customs Tenders will be received and con-
Habllbullah  Khan  is  very   the  end   house today. sldered for any or all of the items in-
of his tether with his people and the      This fraud consists of invoicing and   justed  above  and  numbered   from  1
Indian government have been inform-   entering   works  of  art   at   valuations W0 ,,_  )Jf)t[,  inclusive.
ed that there have been recently quite   many  time in  excess of their intrin- ,    p,;ins  an(j   specifications     mav   be
a number of attempts upon his life.      sic value.    As it  is Incumbent upon  Been  in 1|](1 oflk(, ()f (). ; Chlef _
The truth of the matter is that Hah  collectors to assess duty on a value  Kln(.,r (,r  th(, CommlsBloner8 at ot.
lbullah   Khan   has  never  completely not  less than that  stated on the In-  t M_   Qo_do_  G|an|
recovered the prestige he lost in the voice or entry, lhe exaggerated value
eyes of llis people during his inemor- goes out with what appears to be gov-
able visit to India. His younger ernmenl stamp of approval,
brother Nasrullah Khan, made full li is said that hundreds of copies
use of his period of regency. He allied and valueless antiques are brought In-
himself with the fanatical Mullahs to this country every year bearing the
and at the present moment exercises fabulous valuations. Win n the time
more real power in Afghanistan than comes for finding a purchaser, the by the Commissioners, which may be
does the Amir himself. No one on the dealer substantiates his statement of had on application to the Chief En-
frontier will be surprised to hear that value by the official papers used Ingineer at Ottawa, or to the District
he has arranged for the assassination   the entry of the canvas. Engineer at St. Boniface, Man.
of his brother. 	
The head and  front of Ilabibullah's !
offending was that he was too friendly . . ....   .   .,. >  ,    ��� , ,
Winnipeg,   March   L'H.���That   \\ innl-' uei, and  witnessed
NEW    WESTMINSTER   ,
TRICT        AND
District   of  Nl7~Westm
TAKE NOTICE that ?hn,t*
Lumber  comnai " p'UftiJ
corporate having [ti | .,    .   ��
City  or  .NeW   \v,
apply tor perml    , :
lowing dose, ii��� . ;''li*tU
Commencing
the   westerly    she, ���.
its   intersection   v.,
Plants
side of the Canadi . 1
company's  righl o
lowing the westei ���  !n* ,
er Ip a northei l'"i
thousand   eight   hin t
mor or less to a
ed on said _1 ot !
northerly  cornei
Lumber  compi i
site;   thence  Rl
shore a distant
tired   and   nn, I
said   northerly   corn��i       ���    ,
site,   said   point    b
(200)   feel   trom low -
said shore;  thence
two  '���"'"Ired   (!    |. I
water    mark    Be ,   '
hundred  and  thlrtj
or less, to thi
<if said  boomlni
westerly  to polni  , |
and containing slxl
Or   less
���li'.KId
and
office of the Districi Engineers of
the Commissioners at St, Boniface.
Man., Mr. El, H. Poulin.
I'ersons tendering are notified that
tenders will noi be considered unless
made   on   the   printed  forms   supplied
to the British and their heathen mod-
Each   tender   must  he   signed   and
sealed by all  the parties to the ten-
ind  be
Much Building in Winnipeg
accoui-
ern  inventions,  such as  the automo-   Pec Jf, &*&* �����*" �� ra"id  VT 'T"^1   '?','''" , a0CfP*���d ��he1?e ��D  *
))i]p is   indicated   by  the   building   permits chartered   bank   of   the   Dominion   of
 issued   today,   totally   nearly    seven Canada, payable  to the order of the
MAYOR   ENFORCES  BLUE .hundred   thousand   dollars.      Permits Commissioners  of  the  Transcontinen-
LAWS AT ELKHART. IND.   w,,re issued for a big apartment block tal   Hallway  for  a  sum  equai  to  ten
 . .to cost   $360,000;   the   new   Orpheum per cent (10 per cent) of the amount
theatre,   $200,000;    Young   Methodist 0f Ille tender.
church,    $76,000,    and    private    real
dences, $60,000.
McQuarrie & Co.
���tuNT   STREET.
New Westminster.
COPYRIGHT,
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, is what
you need. We can tempt the palatp
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
Elkhart, Ind.. March 29.���"Just to
show the public what the Sunday blue
law is. if strictly enforced." Mayor
Chester on Sunday closed drugstores,
tobacco, fruit and refreshment stands
and all  manner  of business.
Ho Intended retaliation against the
Ministerial association, which had
accused him of insincerity in the
prosecution of managers of cheap theatres on Sunday.
Milk and ice were delivered only
In cases of absolute necessity. Livery
stables and automobile garages were
locked tight. Electric cars to nearby
cities were crowded with people seeking amusement.
Got  Plans  of   Fortress.
Manila,   March   29.���Two   Japane
engaged in an effort to secure plans   of  refusa
of the fortifications at Corregldor. Ca-
vit.e, have been arrested by the military   authorities   and   are   being   held
subject to instructions from the l'nited   States   secretary   of   war.     They
approached  a  soldier  of the engineer
corps and  the  latter  was caught  taking   photographs.    He   revealed   the
plan   of tho  Japanese  and   agreed   to
assist  in their capture.
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'YOU NEEDN'T
COME  AROUND"
to our ofiice every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be e'ad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal In your cellar at short, notice. Also, our
phone is In good order, and
their numbers arc 15 and 10.
Coal procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
TRY OUR
' EVERLAST' SOX
Every   Pair  Guaranteed
rvead   Guarantee  Below
Any person whose tender is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign tlie contract,
specifications and other documents
required to be signed, and in any case
or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall he forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and ; d contact rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall  be  forfeited.
Tlie cheques deposited by parlies
Whose   tenders   are   accepted   will   he
deposited to th. credit of the Receiver General of Canada as security
For the due and faithful performance
of the contract according to its terms
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By  order.
P. E,  RYAN,
Secretary.    The    Commissioners  of
the Transcontinental  Railway
Ottawa, March . , 1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Coninil��o|. p���r�� -vli| ���nt b'- ii.'id 'or "
THE   PITT   RIVRli
PANY, LIMITED
T.  \Y. GRAY,   \. ���
Dated at the Citj
ster. li. ('.. ihis .:-
\. li.  L910.
NEW     WESTMINSTI R
SESSMENT.
Court of Revision.
Notice is ben b , ;iiatt).t
sessmenl  Roll foi
been   ret in ned   to  ' J
my office where It i   y be Idim
by any  person  having   an
fcereln, until the
of Revision,
The flrsl Bitting >l the Court!
Revision on the bi ' Besimritl
will be h.ud at tl Citj Hall |,j
���aid City on Mon ���. um,jJ
.tyu-ll next, at n o'i lock in thefJ
noon.
Any person Inl .
against the assessment must fan
writing to be fli, j jrith tie t,
Olerk at least .. v, n .hts Moret
first sitting of the cotrl
W   A. DUNCAN,
Hit Cm
r"'- ~"-''    Usrsi] l;  um
GSLLEY BROS., Ltd.
2ffi?KsaxifZ8SOTsy^^ ___��______
FOR SALE
Ten Acres in  Surrey
Good soil, improved, buildings, fruit trees, etc., 3
miles from the Westminster bridge; near the proposed New Railway City.
$400 per Acre
1-3 cash, balance 9 and 18 months at 7 per cent.
Apply
D. D. BOURKE
New Westminster
Phone R482
I
In  Cashmere, Black,  Maroon,  Brown  and  Drab
Colors, Three Pairs for
$1.50
In Cotton, Brown or BLck, 35c or Three Pairs for
$1.00
DO YOU KNOW
Somo people do not.
That   we   lire
The   Sherwin  Williams
Co's Agents
So If you want to know
about their products call
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Street
This is the Guarantee:
If after wearing Pen-Angle Guaranteed Hosiery
any length of time, you should ever find a pair
that fails to fulfil the guarantee in any particular
return the same to us and we will replace them
with two new pairs free of charge.
This is Penman's, Limited,
Guarantee and we stand behind it
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
^ Take notice that Joseph Storms, of
Kelsey, occupation fanner. Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a  post planted In
a small bay on west shore of Triangle
island.    Applying   for  the   whom  is-
la��Hl,   containing   40   acres,   more   or
less, situated south of Crib island.
JOSICPH STORMS.
BHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Guy Johnson, of
Xenia, occupation harness maker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted ln a
bay on the south shore of Pearl island, the north Island in the Indian
group, containing 80 acres, more or
less. Applying for the whole tsiai
which Is situated at the west end of
VII.age island. GUY JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that  John  Kikens,  of
Boone, occupation butcher, intends to
apply for permission ot purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
west end of Cedar Island, containing
40 acres, more or less.   Applying for
Ithe  whole Isiand,  which  ls  situated.
iat the west end of Midsummer Island.
JOHN KIKENS.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
LAND    REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE tl il  ,:; applied
has   been   made   to  register Geoi
Troughten as tbe owner In Fee S
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from.
win   M.   Carncro   , collector of t
Municipality   of   S irrey, to Ceo.
Troughten. bearing date tbe Tri; da
Of September, A. D 195. ot ill Iti
singular  that cr;t,,ia parcel or tra.
of  land   and   prei  ������- situate, l.dn
and  being In  thi  '.-';'. ol ^e
Westminster, in the Vio\f..
Ish     Columbia.     I ^
known ami descrlb ��� I is'_
Lot T.  B.ock  1, being i vm"*1*
Section 20, Block 5   :
West.   Lots 3 and
of fractional Bectl
Range 2 West
Vim    nnd    tho i    i I
under   yo i   and   all   i
Ing    anj     Interest    In
land    by    virtue    of    ��n
tered      In I   in ent,     ai i   ��'!
sons clalmln     i    inti rei.t In the
"Land Regl itry Act," an
contest the ciaim of the '
within forty-five days from I
of the service of this not ire u|'0"*j_
.���ma in default of a caveal ��    1
eate of lis pendens being Bled -���l
such period, or in defaull o( "���'^|
tion before registration, you and"
of you  will  be forever estopped
debarred   from   setting  up aW c'
to   or   in   respect   of  tbe "id
and I shall register George IWJ
as owner thereof in fee.   Ami   ��el
bv order that publication of OB
tlce for thirty days In a 'Im ? ;e"l
paper published in New WeiWW|
will   be  good  and  sufficient   ���
thereof. ,...
Dated at. the Kami R' s"'-v, gJ
New Westminster. Province oi ���
Ish Columbia, this 9th day ol ��ar ���
A. D. 1910. rrlTH,
C   S   k'"   ,|
Distrlcl Regl>��|
Jot) I
To:���Michael Robert '''",T>
Dm. .Ins    AW.rvtor O   V:>��'�����'''"'
NOTICE.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that lhl,',-';,jl|
after date date I, William B. �� *���
of Clayburn, B. C, intend to Wjyj
the Assistant. Commissioner ol ��� ^j
for a license to prospect for ��*\jM
petroieum on the following <11-
lands:
Commencing at a post niarKei ^ >(
O, Wright's southwest conn
pet��'
KM
the  southeast corner of P'^Jl
New   "ri
No.  205,  Group 2.
mile.
tli** I
District, thence easl one <"">��� (|ire(|
north one mile, thence "'- |lireJ
fourths of a mile, thence bouw, nBj
i fourths of a mile, ..th^ceB,
point of ��011
E  WBI��H.'
fourth of  a  mile,  thence
fourth of a mile to the
mencement.
WILLIAM B. ,-Mftrc|j��
New Westminster, B. c, *
1910.
I
M. J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
I
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Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, of
Battle   Creek,   occupation   baker,   Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the   N.E.   corner   of   T.L.   27243    on
I Swanson Island; thence following line
J of  said T.L.  south,  west, north and
west to shore; thence following shore
| southerly,  easterly,    northerly,    and
westerly to point of commencement;
containing 300 acres, more or iess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
i SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
LAND  ACTS.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast R^fle "    tot,
Take notice that Ole Lee, oi   apply
! occupation  farmer, Intend"; w   ^
for permission to purcnaw
'lowing described lands: t(,d it
Commencing at a l>��st '; mittt
a small bay at N.W. corner t6e
Island.    Applying  to  pure*8  acr0,
whoie Island  co��tainin��   ��    gl)0tlr
more or less, and Is sltoatea
west of Mars Islund.     ^ ,/B_
SHERMAN H. F��Agfiit-
March !���, 1��10-

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